TRAVEL DOCUMENT PERMISSION TO REENTER U.S.
A reentry permit replaces the need for a returning resident visa from a U.S. Embassy or consulate by allowing conditional and permanent residents to apply for reentry to the U.S. after traveling abroad
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A Reentry Permit is a travel document issued to permanent residents and conditional permanent residents that allows these individuals to apply for reentry (while the permit is valid) to the United States upon returning from overseas travel. With a re-entry permit, there is no need for these individuals to get a returning resident visa from an overseas U.S. embassy or consulate. If they will be out of the U.S. for 1 year or longer, permanent or conditional residents need to apply for a reentry permit.
Related form: I-131, APPLICATION FOR TRAVEL DOCUMENT
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
- are a green card holder, and
- intend on being physically absent from the U.S. for 1 year or more
you should obtain a reentry permit before departing the U.S. Your green card alone, will not be valid for reentry after absences of a year or more.
Becoming a US citizen entails specific rights, duties, and the following benefits: consular protection outside the United States; the ability to sponsor relatives living abroad; the ability to invest in the US real property without triggering additional taxes; transmitting US citizenship to children; protection from deportation and others. U.S. law permits multiple citizenship. A citizen of another country naturalized as a U.S. citizen may retain his previous citizenship