However, if a service center conditionally approves your application, your relative will need to leave the United States and appear abroad at a USCIS office or at a U. Embassy or Consulate, as indicated on the Form I-131, to be interviewed by a USCIS or Department of State officer.
If found eligible to travel, your relative will be issued a travel document to allow your relative to travel to the United States and request parole from a U. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer at a port of entry.
After you have received a receipt notice from USCIS, you should also call the National Customer Service Center (1-800-375-5283; TDD for the deaf and hard of hearing: 1-800-767-1833) to request expedited processing.
If you have already submitted your Form I-130 but it has not yet been adjudicated, you may call the National Customer Service Center to request expedited processing.
For concurrent filing, send the following documents to the FWVP Lockbox address: Read this chart from left to right to determine who you are eligible to request parole for.
Tell Customer Service that you will be requesting parole under the FWVP Program.They may also be listed on the approved Form I-130.These beneficiaries may be eligible for parole based on their relationship to the principal beneficiary.Form I-131 may only be filed after Form I-130 is approved.However, you may file Form I-131 concurrently (together) with a request for humanitarian reinstatement or while such a request is pending.
Your Form I-130 must be approved before you can file Form I-131.