A. If you travel abroad with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services permission, called “advance parole,” you can interview for your green card in the United States. You apply for advance parole using USCIS form I-131, Application for Travel Document. With DACA, you qualify for advance parole if you need to travel abroad for humanitarian, educational or business reasons. The good news is that USCIS has been quite generous in granting advance parole requests.