You should not have a problem. Travel with a well organized file of your immigration documents (receipts) etc. just in case you are asked any questions you can produce them easily. That would be my advice to you whether traveling by air or in any other manner within the United States.
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I agree with my colleague.
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The issue is whether you can qualify for advanced parole, when you have less than a final decision on your VAWA Claim. It is unwise to travel until you have a final decision on your VAWA claim. A prima facie decision is a preliminary, not a final decision.
If your VAWA petition is eventually denied, you may trigger the three or ten year unlawful presence bar. I strongly recommend an appointment or teleconference with an experienced immigration attorney.
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