What Biographical Information is Included on the Advance Parole Document?

The traditional paper Advance Parole document includes the following biographical information about the individual for whom the AP document has been issued: Family Name/Surname, Given/First Name, Middle Initial; Date of Birth (Month/Day/Year); Country of Birth; Alien Number (“A#”); AP Application Receipt Number; and U.S. Address. The Combo Card includes the following biographical information about the individual for whom the AP document has been issued: Family Name/Surname, Given/First Name, Middle Initial; Date of Birth (Month/Day/Year); Country of Birth; Alien Number (“A#”); Card Number; and Gender. Upon your receipt of the AP document (either the traditional paper document or the Combo Card) from our office, please review the document very carefully to ensure that your biographical information is correct. If any biographical information is incorrect, please notify our office immediately as the AP document is not valid and cannot be used for reentry to the United States if any biographical information is incorrect, with the exception of the U.S. address. Please note that the traditional paper AP documents will typically be issued with our office name and address in the U.S. address section. This is because we include our address on the AP application form to ensure that the AP document is mailed to our office for our review and to update your case file before sending to you for your use. The use of our address in this section is not an issue and does not prevent you from using the AP document to reenter the U.S.

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