What Is Re-entry Permit?
This permit essentially lets you re-enter the country because you received approval before hand.
The permit can be used by permanent residents who plan to stay outside for over six months or one year. It is valid for two years or until the date you need to apply for removing residency conditions. Such a permit protects you from traveling issues impacting your immigration status. However, the permit benefits cease to exist if your absence leads authorities to believe that you cut all ties with the United States.
To avoid such immigration blues, you must consider applying for a re-entry permit. Always consult a reliable immigration lawyer to know about re-entry permit and its advantages.
When Can A Green Card Holder Be Denied Re-Entry?
- If you have certain medical conditions, including tuberculosis.
- If your entry appears to be facilitated by foreign governments or agencies.
- If you are accused of committing crimes.
- If your long absence causes a cut off of all ties to the country.
It is pertinent to seek advice from a visa attorney prior to traveling to a foreign country, as the reasons for admission refusal outnumber the deportation grounds.
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