Jhilke-Dai
Replies to this thread:

More by Jhilke-Dai
What people are reading
Subscribers
:: Subscribe
Back to: Immigration Refresh page to view new replies
 Do I need a strong reason for Advance Parole
Keywords associated with this thread

AdvancedParole AP TPS
[VIEWED 758 TIMES]
SAVE! for ease of future access.
Posted on 08-14-19 7:42 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?        
 

Namaste,

I have to travel to Canada within the next 6 months and my old AP expired in June. I specially applied AP to travel to Nepal with a very good and genuine reason. Now, I have to travel for immigration purpose to Canada, but I want to enter and come back to US ASAP. Can I just file AP saying friend and family visit or say Immigration purpose or can you suggest any good way/reason to apply for AP?
If anyone has experience filing and receiving AP with very simple reason outside of Nepal. Please share your experience and help me.

Pashupatinath le sabai ko raksha garun.
 
Posted on 08-15-19 2:05 PM     [Snapshot: 141]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?        
 

I would say so No.
I personally know people who just wrote "visiting family".
 
Posted on 08-15-19 5:16 PM     [Snapshot: 216]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?        
 

@Situ Manandhar: So, just mentioning "visiting family" was enough to get the AP? Or, were they denied on the basis of insufficient evidence of urgency? Thanks.
 
Posted on 08-15-19 7:15 PM     [Snapshot: 257]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?        
 

Evidence of Urgency is needed when you are applying for advance parole with expedite processing such as one day- week! I wrote a letter explaining that I would like to visit my family for Dashain. They approved my AP already took about 1 and half month
 
Posted on 08-16-19 4:19 AM     [Snapshot: 350]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?        
 

@jhilke-dai yes, "visiting family" was enough... Took like 1 and a half month for the AP. Expedite processing would require some evidence. While returning, some people say that you have to mention an "important" reason at the port of entry but my mom, dad were not asked anything at all.
 
Posted on 08-16-19 2:59 PM     [Snapshot: 452]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?        
 

Reason can be anything... such as family, work or study related.......
 


Please Log in! to be able to reply! If you don't have a login, please register here.

YOU CAN ALSO



IN ORDER TO POST!




Within last 90 days
Recommended Popular Threads Controvertial Threads
TRUMP 2016!!! Here is why?
Returning to Nepal
~चौतारी १९९~
Mnang, Mustang Treking and Our Engagement
Wedding Costs in Nepal ? Party, Band Baaja !!!!???
वाह ! मन्त्री ज्यु वाह !
Four Characters and My Funeral
ICE RAID
TPS FEDERAL NOTICE
हामीहरुले २० जना केटिहरुसंग सेक्स गर्नै पर्छ रे नी !
Need some serious suggestion on Traveling to Nepal on Advance Parole
US upcoming recession --- is it good time to buy house when rates are low or is it good time to wait recession?
IT Consultancy Dons and Donts
Anyone renewed their passport through DC embassy lately?
बिजया दशमीको मंगलमय शुभकामना !
How long does it take to get I485 approved?
थुक्क प्रियंका कार्कीजी …
TPS to GC (PERM-I140-I485) TimeLine
नफर्किने गरि नेपाल जाने सोच
TPS ma ghanta hannu paryo re IT matra hamro job bikalpa?
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton in Nepal
~चौतारी १९९~
TRUMP 2016!!! Here is why?
NOTE: The opinions here represent the opinions of the individual posters, and not of Sajha.com. It is not possible for sajha.com to monitor all the postings, since sajha.com merely seeks to provide a cyber location for discussing ideas and concerns related to Nepal and the Nepalis. Please send an email to admin@sajha.com using a valid email address if you want any posting to be considered for deletion. Your request will be handled on a one to one basis. Sajha.com is a service please don't abuse it. - Thanks.

Sajha.com Privacy Policy

Like us in Facebook!

↑ Back to Top
free counters