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What Type of Travel Documents Do I Need?
Foreign nationals paroled into the U.S. under refugee or asylum status, or a green card holder whose status was obtained through refugee or asylum, must obtain a Refugee Travel Document prior to departing the United States. Many permanent residents are unaware of this requirement because the USCIS often do not inquire into “how” the permanent alien obtain his or her residency status at the port of entry. Technically speaking, however, a refugee or asylum status, or a green card holder whose status was obtained through refugee or asylum, must apply for a travel document prior to departure. Please note, under INA Section 208(c)(2)(D); 8 U.S.C. Section 1158(c)(2)(D), a person that applied for asylum or refugee status after April 1, 1997 who intend to travel to the country in which the asylee claimed to have been persecuted may must file and obtain a refugee travel document. Failure to obtain a travel document prior to departing to the home country may be determined as voluntarily availing himself/herself to the protection of that country. Therefore, the USCIS or the Department of State may terminate such status. Finally, unlike the re-entry permit which has a validity period of two years, a refugee travel document is valid for only one (1) year. Please contact the Houston green card attorneys and the Houston green card lawyers to apply for travel documents, travel permits, and refugee travel documents.
Please contact the Houston Immigration Lawyers and the Houston Immigration Lawyers if you have any questions regarding green card applications. You are invited to contact the experienced Houston immigration attorneys of the Law Offices of Steven Tuan Pham at 713-517-6645. You can also submit an inquiry through our Houston Immigration Attorney’s Online Inquiry.
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