Green Card Application Approved After Client Paroled Into the US


Our client, a citizen of India, had entered the U.S. on a B-2 visa in the 1980’s. Shortly after entering the U.S., he changed his status to an F-1 student, then left to Canada to get an F-1 visa. His visa was denied, but upon his return to the border, the immigration officer waived him in. USCIS was unwilling to approved our client’s case for a green card based on having been waived in, but Attorney Furqan suggested that his client travel abroad on his advanced parole travel document that he obtained through his I-485 application. Upon his return, USCIS approved his I-485 application for permanent residency based on the BIA precedent in Matter of Arrabally and Yerrabelly.

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