The Re-entry Permit (Form I-327), also known as Permit to Re-Enter is a travel document similar to a certificate of identity, issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services to U.S.
lawful permanent residents to allow them to travel abroad and return to the U.S.
Can a Green Card holder get a travel document?
A U.S. green card is not sufficient by itself as a travel document, though it is enough to get you back into the United States. You will, in fact, be expected to present your valid, unexpired green card upon reentry to the United States. (This is also known as a Permanent Resident Card or Form I-551.)
Which countries I can travel with US refugee travel document?
Germany, Hungary and Slovakia are so far the only Europe countries that allow visa free entry for US Refugee Travel Document holders. Belgium too does not require a visa for refugee travel document holders.
What is a permanent resident travel document?
The only official documents that permanent residents of Canada can use to travel back to Canada on a commercial carrier (by air, land or sea) are the PR card or a Permanent Resident Travel Document (PRTD), also known as a Travel Document (Permanent Resident Abroad) issued by a Canadian visa office abroad.
What documents does a green card holder need to enter the US?
Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR) of the U.S. must present a Permanent Resident Card (“Green Card”, Form I-551), a Reentry Permit (if gone for more than 1 year), or a Returning Resident Visa (if gone for 2 years or more) to reenter the United States.