I am an approved DACA person and have applied for I-131 and it was approved today, should I travel? With Trumps changes would it affect me coming back into the country from Mexico?
There are certainly some risks in travel on advance parole.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
Travel documents are issued by USCIS. Who to let into the US at the borders is up to border inspectors.
The two groups do not necessarily come to the same conclusions.
As an alien, you have no legal right to be in the US.
So, a border inspector may discover something to make you inadmissible into the US.
The president has said he is not looking into deporting persons in DACA if those persons are not otherwise deportable (such as being criminals).
On another hand, the president can change his mind at any time.
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