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U.S. Re-entry Permit
The Re-entry Permit also known as Permit to Re-Enter is a travel document similar to a certificate of identity, issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services to U.S. lawful permanent residents to allow them to travel abroad and return to the U.S. It is a passport-like booklet with a blue-green cover with the words "TRAVEL DOCUMENT" on the front.

Purpose :The main purpose of the re-entry permit is to allow permanent residents to leave the U.S. for an extended amount of time without abandoning their permanent residence. For short trips abroad of up to 1 year, the Permanent Resident Card itself allows re-entry to the United States. Permanent residents must maintain their permanent residence in the U.S., or lose their permanent residency. Even for trips abroad of less than 1 year, permanent residents may be questioned as to whether they have maintained residence in the U.S. Any trip abroad of one year or more automatically causes permanent residence to be lost. If a U.S. permanent resident intends to take a long trip abroad, he/she may apply for a re-entry permit. It is issued for up to two years. It establishes that the permanent resident did not intend to abandon permanent resident status.
Another purpose for the re-entry permit is to serve as an international travel document in lieu of a passport for U.S. permanent residents who are stateless, who cannot get a passport from their country, or who wish to travel to a place where they cannot use their passport. A permanent resident who obtained permanent residence as a refugee may either apply for a refugee travel document or a re-entry permit, but not both. 

Contents :The travel document type Re-entry Permit is a passport-like booklet, including instruction pages, personal information page, and visa pages.

Application :USCIS Form I-131 (Application for a Travel Document) is used to apply for the re-entry permit and other travel documents. A re-entry permit can only be applied for while the applicant is inside the U.S. 

Acceptance :As of 2013, Schengen Area countries which have explicitly indicated to the Council of the European Union's Visa Working Party that they will accept the U.S. Re-entry Permit for visa issuance purposes include Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Austria, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein; Slovakia has explicitly indicated they will not accept it, while other countries did not provide any information on their acceptance of it. Said Re-entry Permit is stated as an "Alien's Travel Document".
As of Mar-2017, Japan and Turkey consulates in the US accept U.S. Re-entry permit as a valid travel document for the purpose of visa application. 

I am a lawful permanent resident of the U.S., can I leave the U.S. multiple times and return?* If you are a lawful permanent resident (green card holder), you may leave the U.S. multiple times and reenter, as long as you do not intend to stay outside the U.S. for 1 year or more.

* If you intend to stay outside the U.S. for 1 year or more, you must apply for a re-entry permit with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) prior to leaving the U.S. Re-entry permits are generally valid for 2 years from the date of issuance.Therefore, if you are outside of the U.S. longer than the date the permit was issued, you may be denied entry into the U.S.

* To apply for a re-entry permit, you must file an Application for a Travel Document (I-131) with the USCIS. If you applied for permanent resident status, but are not yet officially a lawful permanent resident "green card holder" and you need to leave the U.S. on emergency, you must apply for and receive advance parole to leave the U.S. by filing a I-131 with USCIS.


* If you are required to file documents prior to leaving the U.S., it is imperative that you do so, otherwise, you may be found inadmissible and denied reentry into the U.S.

* If you are a green card holder and you do not stay outside the U.S. for 1 year or more, you should have either your green card (I-551) or your returning resident visa to re-enter the United States. You are not required to present your unexpired passport, however it is not a bad idea to carry it with you.

A lawful permanent resident (LPR) normally may travel outside the United States and return; however, there are some limitations. A reentry permit can help prevent two types of problems: 
  • Your Permanent Resident Card becomes technically invalid for reentry into the United States if you are absent from the United States for 1 year or more. 
  • Your U.S. permanent residence may be considered as abandoned for absences shorter than 1 year if you take up residence in another country.
A reentry permit establishes that you did not intend to abandon status, and it allows you to apply for admission to the United States after traveling abroad for up to 2 years without having to obtain a returning resident visa. Reentry permits are normally valid for 2 years from the date of issuance.

 You may also want to get a reentry permit if you plan on traveling outside the United States and cannot or do not wish to get a passport from your home country. Many countries throughout the world may allow you to use a reentry permit much like you would use a passport—placing necessary visas and entry and exit stamps in the permit—so you may use it as your main travel document. Be sure to check with any country you plan to visit about specific requirements before you travel.

 How do I get a reentry permit?
To obtain a reentry permit, file Form I-131, Application for Travel Document. You should file this application well in advance of your planned trip. Filing instructions and forms are available on our Web site at www.uscis.govThe instructions on the form will give you more details. For additional questions, check our Web site or call Customer Service at 1-800-375-5283.

What will happen if I do not apply for a reentry permit before I travel outside of the United States?
If you are an LPR planning to travel outside of the United States for 1 year or more, it is important that you apply for a reentry permit before you depart the United States. If you stay outside of the United States for 1 year or more and did not apply for a reentry permit before you left, you may be considered to have abandoned your permanent resident status. If this happens, you may be referred to appear before an immigration judge to decide whether or not you have abandoned your status.

I am a LPR and need to travel abroad. Can I file my Form I-131 toget a reentry permit while I am outside the United States?
 No. You cannot file a Form I-131 to obtain a reentry permit unless you are physically present in the United States when you file the form. You should file your Form I-131 no fewer than 60 days before you intend to travel abroad.

If I file Form I-131 to get a reentry permit while I am in the United States, will USCIS deny the Form I-131 if I leave the United States while the form is still pending?
We recommend that you file Form I-131 while you are in the United States. However, you do not have to be in the United States for USCIS to approve your Form I-131 and issue a reentry permit to you if your biometrics (photo, fingerprints) have been obtained. You can indicate on your Form I-131 that you want USCIS to send your reentry permit to a U.S. Embassy, consulate or a DHS office overseas, so you can pick it up from one of those facilities.

If I file Form I-131 for a reentry permit while I am in the United States, can I submit my biometrics while I am outside the United States?
No. When you file your Form I-131 to obtain a reentry permit, USCIS will notify you when to appear at a designated Application Support Center (ASC) to obtain your biometrics. You must provide your biometrics at the ASC while you are in the United States. If you leave the United States before you provide your biometrics, USCIS may deny your application.

What if I must leave the United States before I can file a Form I-131 for a reentry permit?
You do not need a reentry permit if you will be outside the United States for less than 1 year. If you have been outside the United States for less than 1 year, you may use your Permanent Resident Card (Form I-551) as your travel document.

I have an old reentry permit. Do I need to turn in my old permit if I am filing for a new one?
Reentry permits cannot be extended. If your permit expires, you’ll need to apply for a new one. If you have a valid reentry permit in your possession, you will need to send it in when you apply for a new one. You need not send in an expired reentry permit. For security reasons, USCIS will not issue a new reentry permit to someone who already has a valid one in his or her possession. If you need a new reentry permit because your previous one was lost, stolen, or destroyed, please indicate this on your application for the new permit. 

What is form I-131?
As a lawful permanent resident of the United States you may travel outside the United States and return. But there are quite a few limitations. With a reentry permit, you can avoid certain problems. If you are physically absent from the United States for a period of one year or more, your greencard (permanent resident card) will become invalid technically. Under this situation, you may be requested to appear before an immigration judge to decide whether or not you have abandoned your status. During such a situation, you can contact the U.S. consulate about a getting a returning resident visa. And if you take up residence in another country, your permanent residence will be considered abandoned even if your absence from the US is shorter than a year.

Having a reentry permit establishes the fact that you did not have an intention to abandon your status in the US. It also allows you to enter the United States after being abroad for upto two years even without having to get a returning resident visa. Reentry permits are generally valid for two years from the date it was issued and are not renewable. But you can return to the U.S. to file another application. Normally, a Lawful Permanent Resident may spend almost six years outside of the U.S. and retain a Reentry Permit. A longer absence than this requires an application for a Special Immigrant Returning Resident visa.

You can also get a reentry permit if you have plans of traveling outside the United States and cannot or do not want to get a passport from your home country. Most countries allow you to use a reentry permit much like you would use a passport such as having necessary visas and entry / exit stamps in the reentry permit. So you can use it as your main travel document.

To get a reentry permit, you have to file Form I-131, Application for Travel Document. Form I-131 is used to apply for a travel document, reentry permit, refugee travel document or advance parole, And ensure to file your Form I-131 not lesser than 60 days before your trip abroad. And another important aspect is that you have to file this form while you are in the United States. But you need not have to be in the United States for USCIS to approve your Form I-131 and issue a reentry permit to you if you finished your biometric appointment. USCIS will reject your I-131 application if you leave the United States without providing your biometrics. The application fee is $385 and it includes a $80 biometric fee. If you are aged between 14 and 79 and you are applying for a Refugee Travel Document or Re-entry Permit, you must have your fingerprints taken as part of USCIS biometric services requirements. Additionally, you can mention on your I-131 form if you want USCIS to send your reentry permit to a U.S. Embassy, or consulate, or a DHS office abroad so you get it from one of those facilities.

 خطوات استخراج الباسبور الابيض :
  1. · تحميل فورم رقم I-131 من الموقع اضغط هنا  www.uscis.gov .
  2. · تحميل التعليمات للفورم اضغط هنا instructions how to fill form I-131 .
  3. · تعبئة وكتابة البيانات داخل الفورم ولابد اختيار Apply for re-entry permit
  4. ·لابد من وجود سبب هام وان يقنع المسئول لكى يتم الموافقة على منحك تصريح الباسبور الابيض وارفاق اى اوراق تثبت هذا السبب لدعم الموقف .
  5. · كتابة رقم الجرين كارد ورقم السوشيال سيكيورتى داخل الفورم .
  6. · لابد من التقديم على الفورم قبل السفر بمدة لا تقل عن  يوما الى 3 شهور الى 6 شهور وقد يستغرف استخراج مدة اكثر . 
  7. · الاوراق المطلوبة للحصول على الباسبور الابيض صورة من الفيزا سواء هجرة عشوائية لوترى او لم شمل , صورة الباسبور الصفحة التى تحتوى على صورتك ومعلوماتك اول صفحة , 2 صورة شخصية 5×5 بدون فوتوشوب خلفية بيضاء , رسوم استخراج الباسبور 445 $ عن طريق شيك بريدى من Money Order او عن طريق شيك شخصى ثم حفظ كل الاراق داخل ظرف وارساله .
  8. · فى حالة ظروف عاجلة وتريد الباسبور فى اقرب وقت يمكنك اختيار خانة EXPEDITE اعلى الفورم يمين وسوف تطلب تسريع الاجراءات .
  9. · بعد ارسال الاوراق سوف تنتظر وصول اول جواب على البريد الخاص بك يحتوى الخطاب على الموافقة ثم تنتظر جواب اخر تحديد ميعاد BIOMETRIC لعمل البصمة .
  10. · هام جدا لابد من عمل البصمة قبل مغادرة امريكا وعند ذهابك لعمل البصمة لابد من احضار الجرين كارد والسوشيال .
  11. · مدة انتهاء الاجراءات شهر ونص الى 3 شهور على الاقصى .
  12. · فى حالة تمت الموافقة على تسريع الاجراءات سوف تحصل على ميعاد لبصمة خلال 20 الى 30 يوم على الاقل ثم تنتظر شهرين او اقل لاستخراج الباسبور الابيض .
  13. · توضيح هام الباسبور الابيض ليس باسبور فعلى بمعنى وثيقة ورقية تصريح اعادة ودخول مسبق من ادارة الهجرة .
  14. · هدف الباسبور الابيض الخروج خارج امريكا لمدة سنين ولابد من العودة قبل انتهاء المدة .
  15. · الباسبور الابيض غير قابل للتجديد نهائى .
  16. · الباسبور الابيض = تصريح اعاده الدخول = re-entry permit = امكانيه الاقامه خارج امريكا سنتين .
  17. · عيوب الباسبور الابيض حذف صلاحية الباسبور من مدة انتظار الجنسية بمعنى فى حالة اقمت 3 سنوات متواصلة فى امريكا ثم خرجت خارج الولايات الامريكية بالباسبور الابيض سوف تحتفظ بالمدة القديمة فقد 3 سنوات ولا يتم احتساب السنتين الخاصة بالباسبور الابيض من ضمن مدة الجنسية وعند عودتك لامريكا مرة امريكا سوف تستكمل احتساب مدة الجنسية بعد ال 3 سنوات السابقة .

تعليمات Instructions how to fill form I-131
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