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What is a I 131?

Certain individuals may use Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, to apply for a Reentry Permit, Refugee Travel Document or Advance Parole. Many non-U.S. citizens must file Form I-131 with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to obtain a travel document before traveling abroad. Basically, the travel document helps protect the individual’s ability to reenter the United States.

What is the I 131 used for?

Green card holders can use it to apply for a re-entry permit, refugee travel document or advance parole travel document:

  • A Re-entry permit enables a lawful permanent resident or conditional permanent resident (Green Card Holders qualify for both of these categories) to apply to be admitted into the United States, after returning from travel abroad, without the need to obtain a returning resident visa from a U.S. Embassy or U.S. Consulate.
  • A Refugee Travel Document can be allotted to an individual in valid refugee or asylee status, or to a lawful permanent resident who obtained refugee or asylee status in the United States. Individuals who hold asylee or refugee status and are not lawful permanent residents must have a Refugee Travel Document to return to the United States after travel abroad, unless they possess an Advance Parole Document. You should apply for a Refugee Travel Document BEFORE you leave the United States.
  • An Advance Parole Travel Document allows you to physically enter into the United States for a specific purpose without applying for a visa. This document can authorize you to appear at a port of entry to seek parole into the United States. However, someone who has been “paroled” has not been permanently admitted to the United States and remains an “applicant for admission” even while paroled. Although the document may be accepted by a transportation company instead of a visa as permission to travel to the United States, an Advance Parole Document cannot replace a required passport. Most Advance Parole Documents are issued for multiple entries; however; some are issued for single entries.


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