Suppose there is someone on a TN, with a spouse and two dependents on TDs. They have been on the TN/TD for 12 years. They have 2 years remaining on their TN/TDs.
The principal got the TN in 2011, and the dependents around the same time. The TN has his I-140 approved many years ago, has never had issues entering since subsequent re-applications for TN/TD.
The TN has not travelled since getting his newest TN.
Each TD has travelled between US and Canada one or several times since issuance on 'multiple entry', always keeping the original TD issued in 2011.
Question 1: Suppose the TN's priority date were to become current. Would there be an issue as to the date on which the TD's re-entered the US, if they were travelling abroad (vacation), in terms of proximity to the I-485 filing?
Question 2: Suppose a TD was studying in Canada for the summer, would there be an issue with respect to the date on which she re-entered, in terms of proximity to the I-485 filing.
(In essence, these are questions of any intent issues, preconceived or however.) Would anyone anticipate any problems? Re-entry would have taken place prior to the release of the bulletin that made the principal current.
Question 3: Suppose the notice of receipt is received for the I-485 and I-131. In the meantime, an immediate relative experiences a medical emergency (to any extent or extreme). Should one TD dependent request an Emergency Advanced Parole for a short emergency visit to Canada, would being on a TD be problematic in requesting the travel permit? Would this draw any attention to the case, their most recent entry date, etc?