about the asylum case
i have very very sensitive and Important question and i need real answer ,
my asylum status is granted asylum from july 2015 . also i spouse to apply for my green card on July 2016 .
i applied for the travel document and i have it already but when i filed the travel document application i wrote i will go to vacation to cyprus .
but i went to my country from November 26 to February 17 . because my mother dead and she left some apartment and money under my name so it was Important to back to my country for transfer all thes things from her name to my name and all this things was by the court and its take time , now all is done and finish at 14 of Feb 2016
i return to the US state at 17 of feb 201 6 in jfk airport the officer ask me why you went to your country i answer him because my mother dead . i set in the room for 20 minutes then he give me back my passport and nothing happened but he put stamp on the passport its call ( section 208 ) now i am inside the state in nyc . and i live my life normal ,
what is the best time for apply for the green card ?
because i went to my country month and half . i have to wait 2 months and half over the apply date
If you are married to a US citizen, and you were paroled into the U.S., you can file for adjustment of status any time you wish.
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.
I agree with the colleague. If you where indeed paroled and are legitimately married to a USC, you can seek adjustment.
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