FREE COCO - By Darrell Hartman for style.comPhoto: Coco Rocha’s InstagramCoco Rocha is spending some quality time in New York this summer—but  not necessarily by choice. “I’m actually stuck here in the States for  two months. We’re in the midst of my green card application,” the  Vancouver native told us last night at a rooftop party at David Yurman’s  offices. It’s not quite the same as house arrest, but if you’re used to  jetting around as much as this particular international fashion model,  it can probably start to feel like it. Rocha and her husband, James  Conran, smartly squeezed in trips to Tulum and Argentina before the  travel restriction took effect. “If I want to work, I have to leave  sometimes,” Rocha said. Now, she joked, “I feel like I’m not allowed to  leave my couch. Everyone has to come see me.”She’s  hoping to have her wings again by September, when she plans to take a  Haiti documentary she filmed with Behati Prinsloo up to Toronto. If her  status hasn’t changed by then, Rocha said, “I’m supposed to plead with  the government to allow me out.” Word of advice, fair Coco: Try to make  your case in person.

FREE COCO - By Darrell Hartman for style.com
Photo: Coco Rocha’s Instagram

Coco Rocha is spending some quality time in New York this summer—but not necessarily by choice. “I’m actually stuck here in the States for two months. We’re in the midst of my green card application,” the Vancouver native told us last night at a rooftop party at David Yurman’s offices. It’s not quite the same as house arrest, but if you’re used to jetting around as much as this particular international fashion model, it can probably start to feel like it. Rocha and her husband, James Conran, smartly squeezed in trips to Tulum and Argentina before the travel restriction took effect. “If I want to work, I have to leave sometimes,” Rocha said. Now, she joked, “I feel like I’m not allowed to leave my couch. Everyone has to come see me.”

She’s hoping to have her wings again by September, when she plans to take a Haiti documentary she filmed with Behati Prinsloo up to Toronto. If her status hasn’t changed by then, Rocha said, “I’m supposed to plead with the government to allow me out.” Word of advice, fair Coco: Try to make your case in person.