Married to a Canadian citizen is it possible to visit his home town under DACA status?
Unfortunately, simply being a DACA recipient is not sufficient to allow your re-entry into the United States, as you would also need to qualify for Advanced Parole. You do not want to try to travel outside of the U.S. without having first applied for and received an Advanced Parole Document. Advanced Parole is usually reserved for (1) urgent humanitarian purposes, (2) educational purposes, or (3) employment purposes. If you want to travel to Canada, I would first look into whether you qualify for an Advanced Parole Document (Form I-131). Even if you obtain Advanced Parole, keep in mind that the CBP officer who will meet you upon your return can deny your entry if he/she finds that you are "inadmissible" for some reason (such as health or security reasons). In other words, there is certainly risk involved, so be careful.
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