I have got something bugging me about travel restrictions placed on asyless. This is something I had not foreseen when I applied for asylum, but I guess I can understand why INS imposes it. I know for sure that an asylum applicant can\'t travel to his home country, the one from which he has claimed persecution. Does the travel restrictions on going to one\'s home country still apply, say, when the asylee gets his green card?? Also, what would an asylee travel on then, say, if he needs to go outside the USA? Can he still use his home country passport? I have heard many conflicting versions, even from paralegals!! Hope someone can clarify. Finally, what\'s the difference between "advanced parole" and RTD?? Thanks, all.