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  • What is the address for sending the reentry permit documents?

    Hi guys,

    Anyone filed a reentry permit before please help me. I am kinda confused by the info on USCIS website. Can anyone please tell me where should I send the reentry permit documents, any info is helpful,

    Thank you very much,
    BB
    BB

  • #2
    Just download the form I-131. The details are given in the form, it is a very simple form to fill in. You need to send to Nebraska.

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    • #3
      send the I-131 to NSC on the address that is for filing I-131 and out side the envelope write in big bold letters form I-31 for Reentry permit
      Remember, I am strictly a layperson without any legal training. Please, if in doubt, be sure to use the services of a professional lawyer whom you trust.

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      • #4
        Thank you, guys.

        BB

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        • #5
          Which PO Box number I should use for reentry permit?

          Originally posted by ginnu
          send the I-131 to NSC on the address that is for filing I-131 and out side the envelope write in big bold letters form I-31 for Reentry permit
          Ginnu, Do you know which PO Box number is for reentry permit?

          Thank you very much, BB

          I-131
          Application for Travel Document

          (Note: If you are submitting Form I-131 and/or Form I-765 with your Form I-485, please send the entire package to the P.O. Box listed for Form I-485. If you are submitting Form I-485, Form I-131, and/or Form I-765 with your Form I-140, please send the entire package to the P.O. Box listed for concurrent filings for Form I-140.)
          P.O. Box 87131
          Lincoln, NE 68501-7131

          I-131
          Application for Travel Document
          (HRIFA application for advance parole for dependents outside the U.S. only)
          P.O. Box 87245
          Lincoln, NE 68501-7245
          BB

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          • #6
            P.O. Box 87131
            Lincoln, NE 68501-7131
            Remember, I am strictly a layperson without any legal training. Please, if in doubt, be sure to use the services of a professional lawyer whom you trust.

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            • #7
              N-470/I-131 question

              Originally posted by rg585
              Just download the form I-131. The details are given in the form, it is a very simple form to fill in. You need to send to Nebraska.
              Hi,
              I have two questions regarding re-entry permit, I-131. When I read the instruction, it says that I need to file N-470 to preserve residence for naturalization purpose. Should I file it even if I don't want naturalization?

              Another question is that,
              In fact, my husband is going to file I-131 in 2/18(Friday) and will leave U.S.A in 2/22.
              In order to do that, he will send the document on 2/17 (Thursday) with next day delivery. Do you think it is safe to leave 2/22? If yes, which one is better payment method bwt personal check and money order? Or it doesn't matter?

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              • #8
                Can I sent documents to a PO Box through next day delivery?

                BB

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                • #9
                  What is calss of admission?

                  Originally posted by ginnu
                  send the I-131 to NSC on the address that is for filing I-131 and out side the envelope write in big bold letters form I-31 for Reentry permit
                  Hi Ginnu,

                  Can I ask you something? In I-131, part1, 3: class of admission. Do you know what I should fill in? I have "Category:E39" on my GC, is that it?

                  Thank you very much,
                  B
                  BB

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by lgkang
                    Hi,
                    I have two questions regarding re-entry permit, I-131. When I read the instruction, it says that I need to file N-470 to preserve residence for naturalization purpose. Should I file it even if I don't want naturalization?

                    Another question is that,
                    In fact, my husband is going to file I-131 in 2/18(Friday) and will leave U.S.A in 2/22.
                    In order to do that, he will send the document on 2/17 (Thursday) with next day delivery.
                    ---- to be safe,why not to mail on 2/16 with next day delivery??
                    Do you think it is safe to leave 2/22? If yes, which one is better payment method bwt personal check and money order? Or it doesn't matter?
                    ----------it doesn't matter, but I will send Personal Check so that when USCIS cash it I can see the reciept # at back side of the cashed check( you need copy of cashed check from Bank and many bank like Wachovia you can print the copy online from Bank site) becase some time they send the recipt late and the person does not know about the status
                    Remember, I am strictly a layperson without any legal training. Please, if in doubt, be sure to use the services of a professional lawyer whom you trust.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by BB72
                      Hi Ginnu,

                      Can I ask you something? In I-131, part1, 3: class of admission. Do you know what I should fill in? I have "Category:E39" on my GC, is that it?
                      ------------------ Many are confused about this item the best thing is to write on the cover letter:

                      EXPLANATION of Part 1, 3: my latest entry to US was on H1, or AP or with Permanent resident card, I last entered US through POE on date…. my status in US is Permanent resident or Green Card holder, please find the Copy of Green Card attached

                      Thank you very much,
                      B
                      Remember, I am strictly a layperson without any legal training. Please, if in doubt, be sure to use the services of a professional lawyer whom you trust.

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                      • #12
                        I got my GC card 2 weeks back, Can some one let me know why we need
                        I-131 (AP) after GC ??????????????

                        is it for dependents who's GC pending ?????????

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by NYC123
                          I got my GC card 2 weeks back, Can some one let me know why we need
                          I-131 (AP) after GC ??????????????
                          ------ if you got GC you dont need AP , the other poster wants to get reentry permit and for AP or Rentry permit same form I-131 is used and reentry permit can be applied with NSC, once you file reentry permit you need to be in US but reentry permit can also picked up from US consulate after it gets approved, with reentry one can stay out of US for 2 years, he/she needs to be back before the reentry permit expires.
                          is it for dependents who's GC pending ?????????
                          Remember, I am strictly a layperson without any legal training. Please, if in doubt, be sure to use the services of a professional lawyer whom you trust.

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                          • #14
                            Thanks ginnu..............

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                            • #15
                              Hi all,

                              Today, I am seeing foll. address on USCIS site for sending the REP application.

                              U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
                              P.O. Box 805887
                              Chicago, IL 60680-4120

                              Or, for non-United States Postal Service (USPS) deliveries (e.g. private couriers)

                              U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
                              Attn: FBASI
                              427 S. LaSalle – 3rd Floor
                              Chicago, IL 60605-1098

                              I am confused. Where should we send? To chicago or Nebraska?

                              Thanks,
                              Sam

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by sshah1001
                                Hi all,

                                Today, I am seeing foll. address on USCIS site for sending the REP application.

                                U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
                                P.O. Box 805887
                                Chicago, IL 60680-4120

                                Or, for non-United States Postal Service (USPS) deliveries (e.g. private couriers)

                                U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
                                Attn: FBASI
                                427 S. LaSalle – 3rd Floor
                                Chicago, IL 60605-1098

                                I am confused. Where should we send? To chicago or Nebraska?

                                Thanks,
                                Nebraska
                                Remember, I am strictly a layperson without any legal training. Please, if in doubt, be sure to use the services of a professional lawyer whom you trust.

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