You can travel with your advance parole. However, there are no "guarantees".
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Sorry to hear about your granfather. I hope he's lived a good life. He should be proud to know that you're a domestic violence survivor who is fighting to build a life for youself and your kids here in America.
As for your question, you need to consult with an immigration attorney on this matter. Advanced parole can get you back when you have a pending I-485. However, there are no guarantees. You need an attorney to carefully review your background to make sure there is nothing that will bar you from getting back in.
Many of us provide a free initial consultation (see below). Take advantage of that. Good luck!
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