Sample Advance Parole Cover Letter

If you are in the process of an Adjustment of Status but need to travel outside of the United States, you will need to file for an Advance Parole Document in order to travel outside of the United States. A Cover Letter for an Advance Parole application should include details about your approved I-485 petition such as the receipt number. You will also need to attach the list of documents that will support your application for Advance Parole.


[Your Street Address]
[Your City, State Zip code] 

[Date]

USCIS
[Address]


RE:       I-131, Application for Travel Document
Applicant:        [Your Full Name]
Case No.:        [Your A-Number]

To Whom It May Concern

My Adjustment of Status (I-485) application was accepted by USCIS and is now pending (Receipt #XXX-0000000000). I filed the I-485 after ______________, and paid a one-time filing fee. Therefore, as an Adjustment of Status applicant, I am not required to pay additional USCIS fees for this request for an Advance Parole Document (I-131).

I am enclosing the following documents in support of my application for Advance Parole:

  1. Form I-131, Application for Travel Document
  2. Form G-1145, E-Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance
  3. Copy of my [insert state] driver’s license
  4. Two identical passport-style color photographs
  5. Copy of I-797, Notice of Action, receipt of filing I-485

I am requesting that your office promptly approve my request for an Advance Parole Document. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at [insert address]. Thank you for the time and consideration taken in this case. 

Respectfully Submitted,

[Your Name]

The sample documents provided here are for informational purposes only and to be utilized at the user’s discretion. These act as a guide only and the content within these are to be customized as per requirement. While Lawbench covers general guidelines, it does not guarantee access to visas or ensure entry into the United States of America or assure any other form of privileges. Lawbench and its affiliates are not responsible for any losses or damages that may arise from having used these sample documents.