re-entry permit

Definition of "re-entry permit"
  1. A document issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to lawful permanent residents that allows them to stay outside the U.S. for between one and two years, or for those unable to obtain a passport from their home country, with allowance for foreign visas
How to use "re-entry permit" in a sentence
  1. She applied for a re-entry permit as she planned to stay overseas for more than a year.
  2. Since he couldn't get a passport from his home country, he requested a re-entry permit.
  3. Visas for foreign countries can be added to a re-entry permit.

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