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Old 06-15-2009, 04:22 PM
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Default How to slide from 'H1' to 'Parole' status?

Hello -

My husband and I are currently on H1-B visas and also have EAD and Parole papers. I am the primary applicant for the I-485 and his papers are through my company. He has now received a full-time MBA admit and may take it up. When he resigns from his job, how will his status change from H1 to Parolee? To 'end' the H1 status, does he have to leave the country and re-enter using AP papers, or does it 'automatically' change and we don't have to do anything?

We want to make sure his status is clear so that there is no confusion with the school's offices. He may or may not use his EAD, depedning on whether he is offerred a campus job. Any help or input is greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
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Old 06-15-2009, 06:20 PM
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Hello -

My husband and I are currently on H1-B visas and also have EAD and Parole papers. I am the primary applicant for the I-485 and his papers are through my company. He has now received a full-time MBA admit and may take it up. When he resigns from his job, how will his status change from H1 to Parolee? To 'end' the H1 status, does he have to leave the country and re-enter using AP papers, or does it 'automatically' change and we don't have to do anything?

We want to make sure his status is clear so that there is no confusion with the school's offices. He may or may not use his EAD, depedning on whether he is offerred a campus job. Any help or input is greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
There is no status called "parloee". Once he leaves the H1B job, his status automaticaly becomes "period of stay authorized by attorney general, based on pending 485 or AOS". In short, it is the "pending AOS". So, your husbund dont need to do anything. So, your husband has to mention "pending AOS" in any place "status" is asked. Parloee is a class of admission into US; i.e it is a travel matter not any status.
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Old 06-16-2009, 10:20 AM
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Thank you for the clarification!
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Old 06-16-2009, 11:54 PM
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Hello -

My husband and I are currently on H1-B visas and also have EAD and Parole papers. I am the primary applicant for the I-485 and his papers are through my company. He has now received a full-time MBA admit and may take it up. When he resigns from his job, how will his status change from H1 to Parolee? To 'end' the H1 status, does he have to leave the country and re-enter using AP papers, or does it 'automatically' change and we don't have to do anything?

We want to make sure his status is clear so that there is no confusion with the school's offices. He may or may not use his EAD, depedning on whether he is offerred a campus job. Any help or input is greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
Regarding universities, School financial aid office(in case of loans) and International offices looks at I 94/AP issued with "Paroled in to US", which is often one year at POE, upon return from any other country outside US. The " Paroled in to US", stamp will be put in the AP document and new I 94 will be issued at POE, usually for an year. This parolee stamp is used as documentary evidence for being paroled in to US. I am writing, what I know, hence I could be right/wrong, hence Please consult your school International office or your attorney or the Infopass at uscis for the correct details.
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Old 06-20-2009, 01:08 AM
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Thanks Sreeshankar. It makes sense that schools offices and loan offices would look for something concrete indicated in the passport/I-94. I think that having a parole stamp in the passport would perhaps make dealing with different offices and agencies a bit easier....
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