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 Travel to Nepal while in TPS with OUT OF STATUS
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Posted on 02-08-17 1:09 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hello sathi haru,
Just wanted to know if it is safe to travel while you have been out of status for couple of years but has the TPS. Yasto situation ma kohi Nepal gayera fharkeko cha bhane please share your experience. I have to go Nepal in couple of months due to family problems.
Posted on 02-08-17 1:18 PM     [Snapshot: 4]     Reply [Subscribe]
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yes i travelled in last august.You should have following:

Valid passport
travel document
tps approved letter
answer to the question " why did you visit nepal".
good luck.
Posted on 02-08-17 1:40 PM     [Snapshot: 58]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks for sharing your experience raajoo. So were you out of status for too long as well? And how long does it takes to get Advance Parole to be approved. I was thinking of doing it through immigration attoreney just to be on safe side. Or do I just do it myself ?
Posted on 02-08-17 2:07 PM     [Snapshot: 102]     Reply [Subscribe]
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If you have listen to what Keshav Sedhain said in the live interview (you can watch at khasokhas.com), you do not want to take risk of leaving the country for the next 180 days. This is just a vulnerable situation to travel outside the country.
My suggestion is to avoid any such uncanny situation, you never know at the POE.
Posted on 02-08-17 2:10 PM     [Snapshot: 92]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I was out of status for five years, got TPS, applied AP myself and travelled. Getting onboard US bound flight from Delhi was easy. They treat AP just like a visa, so no issues there. Landed at JFK around 7am. It wasn't busy. Time to face Customs now. Showed the immigration officer my passport, ap. Took my fingerprints like everybody else. The officer called another CBP officer and he guided me to secondary inspection room. It was a large room with seats where other travellers with AP were waiting. After waiting 2 minutes, I was asked to come in front by a CBP officer. He didn't ask me anything about my travel. I previously was placed in removal proceedings which I had closed the case just before travel. The officer typed my A-njmber in his computer and asked me did you see the judge? I replied, "The judge closed my case". He asked, "What do you mean"? I replied, "I never saw him, it was done through motion because I got TPS". He then looked at my AP and said tps people cannot travel. I said yes they can, therefore given a travel document. His co-worker laughed silently listening to our conversation. The officer then consulted with his co-worker and stamped my AP and gave it to me. I wondered whether i was free to go now because he didn't utter you may go now. I then asked him after 15 seconds, can I go? He said "Yes"!
That's my experience. It was pleasant. 

1. If you can, get the ticket where u land at POE as early as possible (12am-7am ideal) cause its not bg  at this time.
2. Print USCIS memoranda which says, "TPS holders can purely travel for vacation not only for humanitarian reasons" to show it to rookie immigration officers.
3. And of course, passport, ap, tps letter, court letter (if u have one)
4. Correct the immigration officer if u need to cause Sometimes, they don't know the laws about special cases.

Happy Travelling!!!!
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Posted on 02-08-17 2:26 PM     [Snapshot: 138]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks for sharing your experience furke. But when was that? When did u traveled? Also is this travel ban thing which is going on right now going to affect us Nepali Citizens?
Posted on 02-08-17 2:30 PM     [Snapshot: 151]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I travelled six months ago. Travel ban doesnt apply to Nepalese, but you might face harsh questions and screening so be prepared to answer to IO.
Posted on 02-08-17 2:34 PM     [Snapshot: 158]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Also there are certain countries which require you to have a transit visa while coming back if you dont have a US visa so try to avoid that transit. UK is one of them.
Posted on 02-08-17 2:40 PM     [Snapshot: 167]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I am planning to travel from DFW to middle east country and than tp Nepal hope I wont have any issue in those countries. Also how long did your AP took to get approved ?
Posted on 02-08-17 2:46 PM     [Snapshot: 172]     Reply [Subscribe]
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For AP, typically takes 90 days. For me, It took two weeks cause i requested to expedite by writing a letter and calling after a week of receipt notice. My grandmother was 92 and ailing. From what I have heard and seen, it depends on who will be reviewing your request. I wasn't asked to provide any documentation. If you have a medical emegency, be sure to include it in the AP request. Write the word "EXPEDITE" on top right of first page of i-131 form. Include the request as cover letter.
Posted on 02-08-17 2:51 PM     [Snapshot: 182]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I have also heard that if you do expedite you will be only allowed to travel for a month and have to be back within than period of time is that true? I have to attend my sis wedding which is on May so I am not sure of what to do
Posted on 02-08-17 3:02 PM     [Snapshot: 199]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Mine got approved for full one year.
Posted on 02-08-17 3:06 PM     [Snapshot: 210]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Wow no kidding! If I do the expedite and if they ask me for documentation whay should I do? Any suggestions since I am going for wedding
Posted on 02-08-17 4:08 PM     [Snapshot: 279]     Reply [Subscribe]
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You can only expedite under humanitarian reasons. So in your case, apply as regular.
Posted on 02-08-17 4:23 PM     [Snapshot: 295]     Reply [Subscribe]
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you can file yourself provided you never had to see a judge or police in that matter. clean as a whistle other than being out of status

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