United States Reentry Permit – Trump Executive Order

This United States of America document comes in a white cover with golden imprint and is a “Permit To Reenter The United States”, issued by the Department of Justice. This type of travel document is quite rare and besides visas and Green Cards, such types were recently also revoked by President Trump’s Executive Order to ban Muslims from seven countries to (re-) enter the United States. This document was issued 1994 and expired in 1996. The Chinese girl traveled to Hong Kong and China and back to USA. A rare item for your collection in almost mint condition even when traveled.

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What is a reentry permit?

A reentry permit is a travel document that a LPR (lawful permanent resident) shows when they enter the U.S.  It establishes that you did not intend to abandon LPR status, and it allows you to apply for admission to the U.S. after spending an extended period of time abroad.  Reentry permits are normally valid for 2 years from the date of issuance. A LPR is required to be physically present in the U.S. for at least 6 months of the calendar year.  Sometimes, circumstances like employment, family obligations, etc. require you to remain outside the U.S. for extended periods of time.  In these cases, it is important you file an application for a Reentry Permit – otherwise, upon re-entry into the U.S., CBP may revoke your green card.

Revoke my green card?! Can they really do that?

Yes.  Your U.S. residence may be considered “abandoned” if you spend over 6 months in another country per calendar year.  Your green card becomes technically invalid for reentry into the U.S. if you are absent for 1 year or more.  The reentry permit, however, is the government’s “permission” to let you spend extended time abroad.

Country: USA

Pages: 24

Year: 1994

Visas: Hong Kong and China

Condition: Mint

Revenues: no

All documents are obsolete / canceled and for research and collection only!

United States Reentry Permit – Trump Executive Order