Why Should You Avoid Extended Travel?
If US citizenship is your ultimate aim, avoid extended travel out of the country. A permanent resident can apply for citizenship 3 or 5 years (subject to his status) after staying in the United States. During this period, he must
- be physically present in the country for more than half of the time,
- have a continuous presence in the state, where his application is filed, for more than 3 months, and
- have not remained absent from the United States for more than a year.
Find out detail qualifications and requirements for US citizenship while consulting an expert immigration attorney.
Different Types of Travel Documents Required
Advance parole is for those who have applied for permanent residence, adjustment status benefits, or asylum status.
The refugee travel document is a must for refugees, asylum seekers, and temporary residents with protected status.
Re-entry permits are for permanent residents or those with conditional resident status.
Failure to obtain any of these travel documents may result in the denial of entry to the United States. Explore your options and fight against deportation or removal proceedings with the help of an immigration attorney.
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