advance parole

Definition of "advance parole"
  1. Permission given to an individual already in the U.S., allowing them to leave temporarily without a visa, and maintaining their pending immigration application
How to use "advance parole" in a sentence
  1. Due to a family emergency, he had to apply for advance parole to go back to his home country.
  2. Her advance parole was approved, allowing her to attend a conference overseas without jeopardizing her immigration status.
  3. With advance parole, he could visit his ill mother abroad and still preserve his right to return to the U.S.

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