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Lawful Permanent Resident Re-Entry Permit

(日本語)

If you plan to stay outside of the U.S. for more than one year but less than two years in duration, a reentry permit is needed for readmission. You must be physically present in the U.S. when you file the application (Form I-131). A reentry permit may be sent to a U.S. Embassy or consulate abroad for you to pick up, if you request it when you file your application.

To check the status of your re-entry permit application with USCIS, see here.

To check if the Embassy/Consulate-General has received your re-entry permit, you should submit this form.

1.
Full name
(Last Name, First Name):
2.
Date of birth:
  
3.
Application/Petition/Request Number (LIN+10 digits on your I‑797C) (Sample)
4.
Telephone number in Japan:
5.
E-mail address:
6.
Where did you request your
reentry permit be sent?
 Tokyo
 Sapporo
 Osaka
 Fukuoka
 Naha
7.
Mailing address: