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My I-485 was approved back on 4/13 but not my wife,

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Hello, my I-485 was approved back on 4/13 but not my wife, and just today we received card production ordered email from USCIS for my wife. She has advance parole. My question is, we had travel plans for next Wednesday and I am wondering if she would be
able to come back with her AP card even though she has an approved 485? I have read that it is ok if you were out of country at the time of approval but not if you leave after being approved... would she be able to get i-551 stamped at infopass appointment
or will they say it is too soon and wait for the card?
Enviada: hace 1 año.
Categoría: Ley de Inmigración
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
Hola buenas noches gracias por venir a justanswer estoy revisando su pregunta para darle una respuesta le pido por favor no valore hasta tanto no le de una respuesta satisfactoria le pido no usar la carita del 1 al 2 si tiene preguntas porque me perjudica
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
dode se encuentra su esposa? dentro o fuera de usa?
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
the petition within or outside the United States and where they travel?
Cliente: escribió hace 1 año.
The petition was for aos from within USA, she is currently in USA, plans to travel to Mexico.
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
you speak Spanish?
Cliente: escribió hace 1 año.
si.
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
gracias asi es mejor para explicarle bien su esposa ya tiene la residencia permanente ya le dieron su green card?
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
Perdon que le haga tantas preguntas pero es necesario que yo pueda entender bien su caso ,
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
si su esposa tiene ya la green card en sus manos es decir ya tiene la residencia temporal aprobada ella puede viajar pero si no le ha llegado su residencia y no la tiene en sus manos no puede viajar hasta tanto no le llegue,
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
asi este aprobada si no le llega es mejor que espere para viajar, si tiene alguna pregunta o siente que no entendi su pregunta por favor escribame que con gusto voy ayudarle hasta tanto usted entienda mi explicacion
Cliente: escribió hace 1 año.
Ella fue aprobada hoy, según email que nos llegó hoy de USCIS, aun no tiene su tarjeta obviamente, apenas la aprobaron hoy. Lo que sí tiene es su tarjeta de Advance Parole.
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
yo le recomiendo que no viaje hasta tanto no le llegue su residencia ya debe estar pronto a llegarle. es lo mas recomendable a pesar de que ella tega su tarjeta de Advence Parole
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debe estar pronto a legarle le recomiendo espere que le llegue su tarjeta de green card
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tiene alguna otra pregunta estimado cliente
Cliente: escribió hace 1 año.
es posible obtener la forma i-551 estampada en su pasaporte? el viaje es importante y no se puede posponer (se puede no hacer, pero en su caso no postponer).
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
tendria que pedir una cita con un funcionario de inmigracion para ver si es posible que se la estampen
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
yo le recomendaria hacer esto peir un infopass, pero va a ser potestad de ellos le envio el link para que vea como puede pedirla.
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
aviseme si necesita como solicitar una cita a el uscis que con gusto le envio el link para que vea como pedir la cita. Pero mi consejo es que no vieje, pero si es algo urgete entonces es mejor que pida la cita y va a depender del funcionario de inmigracion si se lo otorga o no
Cliente: escribió hace 1 año.
de que depende? tiene idea?
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
de que usted pueda demostrar la urgencia no es facil que se lo hagan pero con intentarlo no quita nada. pues ellos tienen sus tiempos para emitir esta forma y el proceso ultimamente esta lento, pero dependera de que usted pueda demostrar esta urgencia y que el funcionario pueda ayudarle.
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
aviseme si sabe comp pedir la cita y si usted ha entendido lo que aqui le informo
Cliente: escribió hace 1 año.
se como pedir la cita... una duda, si ella YA es una residente permanente, cómo puede ser que no pueda viajar?
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
porque el proceso no ha terminado a ella no le han enviado la green card su tarjeta a ella le notificaron que si pero tiene que esperar que le llegue su tarjeta de residente
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
la notificacion no es suficiente tiene que esperar que le llegue la tarjeta
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tiene alguna otra pregunta estimado cliente?
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Cliente: escribió hace 1 año.
no en realidad... pero a cada persona que le pregunto tiene una opinión diferente y estoy desconcertado. Mi lógica me dice que si debería poder viajar. pero bueno. Gracias por las respuestas...
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
Gracias a usted por venir a preguntar pero si el uscis le autoriza a viajar no debe tener problemas pero es importante que ella termine el proceso si no le llega su green card es mas recomendable y le digo porque muchas veces al entrar pueden hacerle problemas , si lo hacen con un residente cuando ingrasa por el puerto de entrada lo hacen con las personas que aun no lo son, y es mejor que este seguro y que ella tenga toda su documentacion en regla para que un funcionario en el puerto de entrada no le haga problemas y puede ser que no la deje entrar y alli es el problema. Yo particularmente si el proceso ya esta a punto de terminar y ella no le ha llegado su tarjeta de residente no aconsejo a salir.
Cliente: escribió hace 1 año.
gracias!
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
a usted buenas noches.
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
mire esto Respuesta: Su pregunta no especifica si lo que recibió fue la carta de aprobación de un ajuste de estatus o la petición de una visa de inmigrante.La aprobación de una visa de inmigrante no significa que la persona puede obtener un documento de viaje de Permiso Adelantado de Reingreso. Si el individuo con una petición aprobada de visa de inmigrante solicitó debidamente un ajuste en su estatus, esta persona puede solicitar la Permiso Adelantado de Reingreso.Si la solicitud de ajuste de estatus fue aprobada, el solicitante es un residente permanente con una tarjeta de residencia (Tarjeta Verde). La persona puede viajar libremente fuera de los Estados Unidos con esta Tarjeta Verde y un pasaporte valido de su país de origen o un documento de viaje como refugiado. Para regresar a los Estados Unidos, el residente permanente tendrá que presentar la Tarjeta Verde. Si no ha recibido la Tarjeta Verde, se recomienda que la persona contacte la oficina local de USCIS antes de salir de los Estados Unidos. Para localizar una oficina de inmigración, visite el sitio Web de USCIS aquí. Un permiso de reingreso será necesario para viajes que se prolonguen más de un año y menos de dos.
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
la misma pagina del uscis hace referencia a esto usted tiene que notificar al uscis , el uscis le va a dar o no el permiso de salida. Yo recomiendo que espere. Pero si es un problema como le dije puede pedir el infopass para que le de la autorizacion pero no puede salir sin notificar al uscis
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
http://www.uscis.gov/es/noticias/preguntas-y-respuestas/preguntas-y-respuestas-sobre-temas-relacionados-al-permiso-adelantado-de-reingreso-de-reingreso-advance-parole
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
el hecho que le den un reingreso no quiere decir que lo dejen entrar,
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
aviseme si tiene dudas que le ayudo, Buenas noches
Cliente: escribió hace 1 año.
me puede ayudar a encontrar el link de USCIS que me pasó arriba pero en inglés? gracias...
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
http://www.uscis.gov/
Cliente: escribió hace 1 año.
no, me refiero a la parte donde habla del advance parole http://www.uscis.gov/es/noticias/preguntas-y-respuestas/preguntas-y-respuestas-sobre-temas-relacionados-al-permiso-adelantado-de-reingreso-de-reingreso-advance-parole
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
Questions and answers on issues related to Advance Permission Reentry Reentry (Advance Parole)Release Date: May 5, 2010Important note: The following article answers on Travel Documents the Minister of Immigration Univision.com should not be construed as a substantive or procedural law or legally benefit by any entity against the United States, its agencies, representatives or any other person. Visit the Web site for more information on USCIS policies USCIS information.It explains to all who read this information usually the awarding of a Document Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. Upon returning to the United States, the person will be subject to due process of customs. If the person is found inadmissible and considered inappropriate permission, you may face deportation proceedings with a possible penalty of prohibition to reenter the United States between three and 10 years.1. How many permits can ask in a year to cross the United States to Canada?Answer: A document Advanced Reentry Permit is valid for multiple entries into the United States for one year from the date of issue.2. I'm fixing nine years (adjusting my status) by my sister. I have received the approval letter. Let me know if I can obtain a permit to go to Mexico.Answer: Your question does not specify whether it was the letter received approval for adjustment of status or request for an
Experto:  Abog Ana M. Monsalve escribió hace 1 año.
Questions and answers on issues related to Advance Permission Reentry Reentry (Advance Parole)Release Date: May 5, 2010Important note: The following article answers on Travel Documents the Minister of Immigration Univision.com should not be construed as a substantive or procedural law or legally benefit by any entity against the United States, its agencies, representatives or any other person. Visit the Web site for more information on USCIS policies USCIS information.It explains to all who read this information usually the awarding of a Document Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. Upon returning to the United States, the person will be subject to due process of customs. If the person is found inadmissible and considered inappropriate permission, you may face deportation proceedings with a possible penalty of prohibition to reenter the United States between three and 10 years.1. How many permits can ask in a year to cross the United States to Canada?Answer: A document Advanced Reentry Permit is valid for multiple entries into the United States for one year from the date of issue.2. I'm fixing nine years (adjusting my status) by my sister. I have received the approval letter. Let me know if I can obtain a permit to go to Mexico.Answer: Your question does not specify whether it was the letter received approval for adjustment of status or request for an immigrant visa.The approval of an immigrant visa does not mean that the person can obtain a travel document Advanced Reentry Permit. If the individual with an approved petition for an immigrant visa duly requested an adjustment in status, this person may request the Advanced Re-entry Permit.If the application for adjustment of status was approved, the applicant is a permanent resident with a green card (green card). The person may travel freely outside the United States with this Green Card and a valid passport from their country of origin or refugee travel document. To return to the United States, the permanent resident will have to present the Green Card. If you have not received a green card, it is recommended that the person contact the local USCIS office before leaving the United States. To find an immigration office, visit the USCIS website here. A reentry permit will be required for trips that last longer than one year and less than two.3. I am an American citizen but born in Chihuahua, Mexico. I travel very often to my native country by bus. Three weeks ago was the last time I did and I had to obtain a permit, which was no problem and that I have my passport. The problem is that when one travels in this way, the bus stops here (Mexico) to there (United States) for review and permit process, but there (United States) to here (Mexico) does that stop to deliver (the permit). Is there an address where you can send? Are there any consequences or problems to process a permit again if you do not deliver for reasons already explained? Is there a phone number available for information? Is there a website in which you can get these answers?Answer: Advanced Reentry Permit is a permit for certain foreigners who do not have valid immigrant visa to return to the United States after traveling abroad. If you are a citizen of the United States, visit the Web site of the Department of State for information on travel abroad.4. I ​​have no documents. I committed a serious offense (felony), but already paid. That 11 years ago. Can I ask permission to go to my country?Answer: USCIS not grant an Advanced Re-entry Permit if the foreign national is in the US illegally unless the individual has a slope for immigration benefits to authorize request to leave the country. Also, if a foreigner has been in the US illegally for a period of time, traveling outside the United States may affect your eligibility for certain immigration benefits.5. My husband entered the United States illegally. We have three years of marriage, no children. I am American citizen and he is waiting for the date to go to Ciudad Juarez. Can you ask for permission to leave? He is 10 years since I go to Mexico. Will they give the Advanced Re-entry Permit?Answer: The approval of the request for a visa does not mean the person qualifies for Advance Permission document Reentry. If the beneficiary of a visa petition approved for properly applied for adjustment of status, then that person may apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit. Remember that travel outside the US may affect eligibility for certain immigration benefits if an alien has been in the US illegally for a period of time.Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person came into the deportation process and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.6. My husband is a legal resident. He had a problem in 1994, imprisoned for possession and sale of drugs. He has a pending immigration case and is appealing in court. Plans to go to Mexico because his appointment to the court is until 2010. The lawyer told him that his case has 80 percent to win. Can you travel? Need to ask a travel permit?Answer: USCIS can not advise you on the particulars of your case. You are advised to consult your attorney about the status of her husband and the opportunity to travel abroad.7. I am about to give me the appointment to (take me) traces (digital). I have six years without going to my country and I want to visit my family. I can do it? Do I have to manage a travel permit? How long does it take?Answer: An applicant for adjustment of status can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit using Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, and include any other necessary documentation, biometric data and the fees payable to USCIS. The travel document processing can take up to 90 days, depending on the USCIS office. Visit this page to check the status of your application.Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document, but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person will face in the deportation process and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.8. I live with my wife for 13 years but are not married and have three daughters. I want to go to Mexico and get married there and once married, she asks me. Do we have to manage the travel permit?Answer: Usually the document Advanced Reentry Permit is available only to foreigners who have received or are applying for certain immigration benefits.An individual may qualify for this document if:has been granted protection status TemporalEstatus Temporary Protected Status (TPS, by acronym in English);It has a pending application for adjustment of status to permanent resident;It has a pending application for relief under section 203 of the Act of Adjustment and aid to Nicaragua and Central America (NACARA 203);It has a pending asylum application; orIt has a pending legal status.9. I am a permanent resents but I have two DUI's in the past five years. In court I was told that if I leave the country need permission. Is exit permit Advanced Reentry Permit? Will I have back problems?Answer: USCIS can not advise you on the particulars of your case. It is recommended that you consult with an immigration lawyer about your specific case and the possibility of traveling abroad.10. I am Honduran and TPS. Can I ask for an exit permit to go to my country? What documents should I submit? How much does it cost? How long it takes?Answer: An immigrant can apply for a Reentry Permit Come if he was already granted TPS. Complete Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, together with other necessary documentation. The quota for this application is $ 305 plus costs for biometric data.The process of this document may take up to 90 days depending on the USCIS office. You can visit the USCIS for more information on this application.11. I am in the process of adjustment and I am awaiting take fingerprints. Can I arrange a travel permit? Can I leave before I take fingerprints or should I wait for him to take them and then ask permission to travel?Answer: An applicant for adjustment of status can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit using Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, and include any other necessary documentation, biometric data and the fees payable to USCIS . The travel document processing can take up to 90 days depending on the USCIS office. Visit this page to check the status of your application.Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person will face deportation proceedings challenging his return and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.12. Can a Cuban who has a deportation order output request permission to go to Cuba because of the severity of his mother, who is dying?Answer: A foreigner with a deportation order to leave the United States voluntarily, but receives an Advanced Re-entry Permit, the act of running out the deportation order.Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document, but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person will face deportation proceedings that could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.13. Can Salvadorans with TPS and travel permission to travel to El Salvador? How much permission?Answer: An immigrant can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit if he was already granted TPS. Complete Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, and submit other necessary documentation. The quota for this application is $ 305 plus costs for biometric data.You can visit the USCIS for more information on this application.14. Three weeks ago I passed the legal residence and a week and a half I get my card (Green Card). How long will it take to leave the country? ¿I can come out now? Do I need a travel permit?Answer: If the application for adjustment of status was approved, the applicant is a permanent resident with a green card (green card).The person may travel freely outside the United States with this Green Card and a valid passport from their country of origin or refugee travel document. To return to the United States, the permanent resident will have to present the Green Card. A reentry permit will be required for trips that last longer than one year and less than two.15. I am a naturalized citizen. Do I need a travel permit to leave and then return to the United States?Answer: No. The Reentry Advance Permission is permission for certain aliens who do not have valid immigrant visa to return to the United States after traveling abroad. If you are a citizen of the United States, visit the Web site of the Department of State for information on trips abroad.My mom is 16 and has Salvadoran TPS. Can you ask for permission to travel? In the future you could have problems if she leaves the United States?Answer: A person with TPS may request and receive an Advanced Re-entry Permit. Issuing an Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. A carrier of Advanced Reentry Permit must undergo an immigration inspection at the port of entry. If an applicant is issued a Advanced Reentry Permit, but on his return to the United States is determined to be inadmissible, the person will face administrative proceedings challenging its admissibility.17. My mother is Honduran and have TPS. Before she had permission asylum. When she went to claim him, they told him he had a deportation order since 1990. A lawyer helped stop the deportation. Can you ask her permission to travel to Honduras?Answer: USCIS can not provide legal assistance to foreigners in individual cases. Although an alien who has been granted TPS may apply for Advance Permission Reentry, you should consult an immigration attorney about travel opportunities his mother.18. I have TPS and left the country a year ago with a travel permit. Can I re-apply for another permit to leave again? Can I bring trouble travel permits when fixing my residence? Can I manage in person or exit permits only done by Internet? How much does it cost?Answer: There is no limit to the number of times you can request the document from the Advanced Re-entry Permit. A document Advanced Reentry Permit is valid for multiple entries into the United States for one year from the date of issue. Complete Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, together with other necessary documentation. The quota for this application is $ 305 plus costs for biometric data. You can visit the USCIS for more information on this application.Under certain circumstances, a person who has been in the United States illegally for a long period of time may affect your eligibility for certain immigration benefits, including adjustment of status, if you leave the ball well with either an Advanced Re-entry Permit.19. I am Salvadoran and have TPS. I have a pending proceeding under Section 245 (i). Can I leave the country to visit my family?Should I manage an exit permit?Answer: An immigrant can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit if already been granted TPS, including if you are applying for adjustment of status under section 245 (i). However, under certain circumstances, a person who has been in the United States illegally for a long period of time may affect your eligibility for certain immigration benefits, including adjustment of status, if you leave the pass and is a Advance Permission Reentry.Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document, but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person will face deportation proceedings and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.20. How often can order this travel permit and how many times can use it whenever the immigration service grants it?Answer: There is no limit to the number of times you can request the document from the Advanced Re-entry Permit. A document Advanced Reentry Permit is valid for multiple entries into the United States for one year from the date of issue.21. My daughter is 20 and studying at university. It has a student visa and residence process pending for two years. ¿Qualifies to apply for a travel permit? Which are the requirements?Answer: Yes, she can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit using Form I-131, Application for Travel Document and include any other necessary documentation, biometric data and the fees payable to USCIS. You can visit the USCIS for more information on this application. This will ensure that your application remains valid in USCIS.22. I TPS and processing pending 245 (i). My husband asked me in 2001. I need to go to Honduras to visit my daughters. Do I qualify for a travel permit? How much does it cost? How long it takes? What is the form?Answer: An immigrant can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit if already been granted TPS, including if you are applying for adjustment of status under section 245 (i). However, under certain circumstances, a person who has been in the United States without documents for long periods of time may affect your eligibility for certain immigration benefits, including for adjustment of status, if you leave the ball well with either a Permit Reentry advance.The travel document processing can take up to 90 days, depending on the USCIS office. Visit this page to check the status of your application. The quota for Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, is $ 305 plus the cost of biometric data.Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document, but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person will face in the deportation process and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.23. I have TPS, but I've been arrested twice for DWI. Can I manage an exit permit to travel to my country?Answer: An immigrant can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit if already been granted TPS. Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person came into the deportation process and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.Last Review / Update: 07/23/2015
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Questions and answers on issues related to Advance Permission Reentry Reentry (Advance Parole)

Release Date: May 5, 2010

Important note: The following article answers on Travel Documents the Minister of Immigration Univision.com should not be construed as a substantive or procedural law or legally benefit by any entity against the United States, its agencies, representatives or any other person. Visit the Web site for more information on USCIS policies USCIS information.

It explains to all who read this information usually the awarding of a Document Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. Upon returning to the United States, the person will be subject to due process of customs. If the person is found inadmissible and considered inappropriate permission, you may face deportation proceedings with a possible penalty of prohibition to reenter the United States between three and 10 years.

1. How many permits can ask in a year to cross the United States to Canada?

Answer: A document Advanced Reentry Permit is valid for multiple entries into the United States for one year from the date of issue.

2. I'm fixing nine years (adjusting my status) by my sister. I have received the approval letter. Let me know if I can obtain a permit to go to Mexico.

Answer: Your question does not specify whether it was the letter received approval for adjustment of status or request for an immigrant visa.

The approval of an immigrant visa does not mean that the person can obtain a travel document Advanced Reentry Permit. If the individual with an approved petition for an immigrant visa duly requested an adjustment in status, this person may request the Advanced Re-entry Permit.

If the application for adjustment of status was approved, the applicant is a permanent resident with a green card (green card). The person may travel freely outside the United States with this Green Card and a valid passport from their country of origin or refugee travel document. To return to the United States, the permanent resident will have to present the Green Card. If you have not received a green card, it is recommended that the person contact the local USCIS office before leaving the United States. To find an immigration office, visit the USCIS website here. A reentry permit will be required for trips that last longer than one year and less than two.

3. I am an American citizen but born in Chihuahua, Mexico. I travel very often to my native country by bus. Three weeks ago was the last time I did and I had to obtain a permit, which was no problem and that I have my passport. The problem is that when one travels in this way, the bus stops here (Mexico) to there (United States) for review and permit process, but there (United States) to here (Mexico) does that stop to deliver (the permit). Is there an address where you can send? Are there any consequences or problems to process a permit again if you do not deliver for reasons already explained? Is there a phone number available for information? Is there a website in which you can get these answers?

Answer: Advanced Reentry Permit is a permit for certain foreigners who do not have valid immigrant visa to return to the United States after traveling abroad. If you are a citizen of the United States, visit the Web site of the Department of State for information on travel abroad.

4. I ​​have no documents. I committed a serious offense (felony), but already paid. That 11 years ago. Can I ask permission to go to my country?

Answer: USCIS not grant an Advanced Re-entry Permit if the foreign national is in the US illegally unless the individual has a slope for immigration benefits to authorize request to leave the country. Also, if a foreigner has been in the US illegally for a period of time, traveling outside the United States may affect your eligibility for certain immigration benefits.

5. My husband entered the United States illegally. We have three years of marriage, no children. I am American citizen and he is waiting for the date to go to Ciudad Juarez. Can you ask for permission to leave? He is 10 years since I go to Mexico. Will they give the Advanced Re-entry Permit?

Answer: The approval of the request for a visa does not mean the person qualifies for Advance Permission document Reentry. If the beneficiary of a visa petition approved for properly applied for adjustment of status, then that person may apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit. Remember that travel outside the US may affect eligibility for certain immigration benefits if an alien has been in the US illegally for a period of time.

Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person came into the deportation process and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.

6. My husband is a legal resident. He had a problem in 1994, imprisoned for possession and sale of drugs. He has a pending immigration case and is appealing in court. Plans to go to Mexico because his appointment to the court is until 2010. The lawyer told him that his case has 80 percent to win. Can you travel? Need to ask a travel permit?

Answer: USCIS can not advise you on the particulars of your case. You are advised to consult your attorney about the status of her husband and the opportunity to travel abroad.

7. I am about to give me the appointment to (take me) traces (digital). I have six years without going to my country and I want to visit my family. I can do it? Do I have to manage a travel permit? How long does it take?

Answer: An applicant for adjustment of status can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit using Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, and include any other necessary documentation, biometric data and the fees payable to USCIS. The travel document processing can take up to 90 days, depending on the USCIS office. Visit this page to check the status of your application.

Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document, but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person will face in the deportation process and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.

8. I live with my wife for 13 years but are not married and have three daughters. I want to go to Mexico and get married there and once married, she asks me. Do we have to manage the travel permit?

Answer: Usually the document Advanced Reentry Permit is available only to foreigners who have received or are applying for certain immigration benefits.

An individual may qualify for this document if:

  • has been granted protection status TemporalEstatus Temporary Protected Status (TPS, by acronym in English);
  • It has a pending application for adjustment of status to permanent resident;
  • It has a pending application for relief under section 203 of the Act of Adjustment and aid to Nicaragua and Central America (NACARA 203);
  • It has a pending asylum application; or
  • It has a pending legal status.

9. I am a permanent resents but I have two DUI's in the past five years. In court I was told that if I leave the country need permission. Is exit permit Advanced Reentry Permit? Will I have back problems?

Answer: USCIS can not advise you on the particulars of your case. It is recommended that you consult with an immigration lawyer about your specific case and the possibility of traveling abroad.

10. I am Honduran and TPS. Can I ask for an exit permit to go to my country? What documents should I submit? How much does it cost? How long it takes?

Answer: An immigrant can apply for a Reentry Permit Come if he was already granted TPS. Complete Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, together with other necessary documentation. The quota for this application is $ 305 plus costs for biometric data.The process of this document may take up to 90 days depending on the USCIS office. You can visit the USCIS for more information on this application.

11. I am in the process of adjustment and I am awaiting take fingerprints. Can I arrange a travel permit? Can I leave before I take fingerprints or should I wait for him to take them and then ask permission to travel?

Answer: An applicant for adjustment of status can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit using Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, and include any other necessary documentation, biometric data and the fees payable to USCIS . The travel document processing can take up to 90 days depending on the USCIS office. Visit this page to check the status of your application.

Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person will face deportation proceedings challenging his return and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.

12. Can a Cuban who has a deportation order output request permission to go to Cuba because of the severity of his mother, who is dying?

Answer: A foreigner with a deportation order to leave the United States voluntarily, but receives an Advanced Re-entry Permit, the act of running out the deportation order.

Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document, but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person will face deportation proceedings that could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.

13. Can Salvadorans with TPS and travel permission to travel to El Salvador? How much permission?

Answer: An immigrant can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit if he was already granted TPS. Complete Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, and submit other necessary documentation. The quota for this application is $ 305 plus costs for biometric data.You can visit the USCIS for more information on this application.

14. Three weeks ago I passed the legal residence and a week and a half I get my card (Green Card). How long will it take to leave the country? ¿I can come out now? Do I need a travel permit?

Answer: If the application for adjustment of status was approved, the applicant is a permanent resident with a green card (green card).The person may travel freely outside the United States with this Green Card and a valid passport from their country of origin or refugee travel document. To return to the United States, the permanent resident will have to present the Green Card. A reentry permit will be required for trips that last longer than one year and less than two.

15. I am a naturalized citizen. Do I need a travel permit to leave and then return to the United States?

Answer: No. The Reentry Advance Permission is permission for certain aliens who do not have valid immigrant visa to return to the United States after traveling abroad. If you are a citizen of the United States, visit the Web site of the Department of State for information on trips abroad.

My mom is 16 and has Salvadoran TPS. Can you ask for permission to travel? In the future you could have problems if she leaves the United States?

Answer: A person with TPS may request and receive an Advanced Re-entry Permit. Issuing an Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. A carrier of Advanced Reentry Permit must undergo an immigration inspection at the port of entry. If an applicant is issued a Advanced Reentry Permit, but on his return to the United States is determined to be inadmissible, the person will face administrative proceedings challenging its admissibility.

17. My mother is Honduran and have TPS. Before she had permission asylum. When she went to claim him, they told him he had a deportation order since 1990. A lawyer helped stop the deportation. Can you ask her permission to travel to Honduras?

Answer: USCIS can not provide legal assistance to foreigners in individual cases. Although an alien who has been granted TPS may apply for Advance Permission Reentry, you should consult an immigration attorney about travel opportunities his mother.

18. I have TPS and left the country a year ago with a travel permit. Can I re-apply for another permit to leave again? Can I bring trouble travel permits when fixing my residence? Can I manage in person or exit permits only done by Internet? How much does it cost?

Answer: There is no limit to the number of times you can request the document from the Advanced Re-entry Permit. A document Advanced Reentry Permit is valid for multiple entries into the United States for one year from the date of issue. Complete Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, together with other necessary documentation. The quota for this application is $ 305 plus costs for biometric data. You can visit the USCIS for more information on this application.

Under certain circumstances, a person who has been in the United States illegally for a long period of time may affect your eligibility for certain immigration benefits, including adjustment of status, if you leave the ball well with either an Advanced Re-entry Permit.

19. I am Salvadoran and have TPS. I have a pending proceeding under Section 245 (i). Can I leave the country to visit my family?Should I manage an exit permit?

Answer: An immigrant can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit if already been granted TPS, including if you are applying for adjustment of status under section 245 (i). However, under certain circumstances, a person who has been in the United States illegally for a long period of time may affect your eligibility for certain immigration benefits, including adjustment of status, if you leave the pass and is a Advance Permission Reentry.

Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document, but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person will face deportation proceedings and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.

20. How often can order this travel permit and how many times can use it whenever the immigration service grants it?

Answer: There is no limit to the number of times you can request the document from the Advanced Re-entry Permit. A document Advanced Reentry Permit is valid for multiple entries into the United States for one year from the date of issue.

21. My daughter is 20 and studying at university. It has a student visa and residence process pending for two years. ¿Qualifies to apply for a travel permit? Which are the requirements?

Answer: Yes, she can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit using Form I-131, Application for Travel Document and include any other necessary documentation, biometric data and the fees payable to USCIS. You can visit the USCIS for more information on this application. This will ensure that your application remains valid in USCIS.

22. I TPS and processing pending 245 (i). My husband asked me in 2001. I need to go to Honduras to visit my daughters. Do I qualify for a travel permit? How much does it cost? How long it takes? What is the form?

Answer: An immigrant can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit if already been granted TPS, including if you are applying for adjustment of status under section 245 (i). However, under certain circumstances, a person who has been in the United States without documents for long periods of time may affect your eligibility for certain immigration benefits, including for adjustment of status, if you leave the ball well with either a Permit Reentry advance.

The travel document processing can take up to 90 days, depending on the USCIS office. Visit this page to check the status of your application. The quota for Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, is $ 305 plus the cost of biometric data.

Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document, but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person will face in the deportation process and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.

23. I have TPS, but I've been arrested twice for DWI. Can I manage an exit permit to travel to my country?

Answer: An immigrant can apply for the Advanced Re-entry Permit if already been granted TPS. Receiving the document from the Advanced Reentry Permit does not guarantee admission to the United States. If the applicant receives this document but the return is considered inadmissible (and permission was not the right), this person came into the deportation process and could result in a ban on re-entry into the United States from three to 10 years.

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