My wife came to us as visitor on Canadian passport. she stayed here for 7 months before I applied for her adjustment status as spouse of us citizen. She has her EAD/Advance parol card combo card. Can she visit and come back to us with these documents.
Did she overstay on her last visit? If she did, it would be better if she not travel on the AP. Being grated AP does not mean USCIS is saying it's okay to travel. AP is almost always automatically granted if you have a pending 485, regardless of whether you overstayed any length of time on a prior visit. So check with a lawyer before your wife travels.
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I would like to know some more information about your wife's situation. You mentioned that she was in the United States for 7 months before you filed adjustment documents. Depending on other information, if your wife leaves the United States, it's possible that U.S. immigration officials might conclude that she had overstayed her authorized period to remain in the United States and that she might then need a waiver to be eligible to become a lawful permanent resident. I suggest that you consult with an immigration attorney about this situation.
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