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What is the address for sending the reentry permit documents?

Discussion in 'Life After The Green Card' started by BB72, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. BB72

    BB72 Registered Users (C)

    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,
  2. rg585

    rg585 Registered Users (C)

    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.
  3. ginnu

    ginnu Registered Users (C)

    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
  4. BB72

    BB72 Registered Users (C)

    Thank you, guys.
  5. BB72

    BB72 Registered Users (C)

    Which PO Box number I should use for reentry permit?

    Ginnu, Do you know which PO Box number is for reentry permit?

    Thank you very much, BB

    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

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

    ginnu Registered Users (C)

    P.O. Box 87131
    Lincoln, NE 68501-7131
  7. lgkang

    lgkang Registered Users (C)

    N-470/I-131 question

    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?
  8. BB72

    BB72 Registered Users (C)

    Can I sent documents to a PO Box through next day delivery?
  9. BB72

    BB72 Registered Users (C)

    What is calss of admission?

    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,
  10. ginnu

    ginnu Registered Users (C)

  11. ginnu

    ginnu Registered Users (C)

  12. NYC123

    NYC123 Registered Users (C)

    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 ????????? :confused:
  13. ginnu

    ginnu Registered Users (C)

  14. NYC123

    NYC123 Registered Users (C)

    Thanks ginnu..............
  15. sshah1001

    sshah1001 Registered Users (C)

    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?

  16. ginnu

    ginnu Registered Users (C)


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