No. You can ask for another one if you have the reasons to travel that comply with the regulatory requirements.
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Mr. Segal gave you the best answer. You can, however, still use what you have, as long as you renter the US before the expiration date. If you request AP valid for a year, it will likely be granted for a year and avoid the problem you are now encountering.
No, but you may apply for another advanced parole document.
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