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Re-enter the US on Advance parole

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What is the name of your state? CA

Dear all,

I already have my AP document. On the AP document, it states that I am allowed multiple re-entries up until feb 22nd, 2006. However, upon using it after my first travel aboard, I was given an I94, which was stapled in my passport, and on it, it says I am paroled until August 26th, 2006 (exactly 1 year from the date I first used my AP document to re-enter the US). Now what does the August 26th, 2006 date mean??! Am I allowed to leave the US after the original feb 22nd, 2006 date that is on my AP? Or is the date on the I94 mean something other than the "parole" that I am thinking of?

Thanks for any clarification that anyone can give me in this manner!

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