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    I am curious to know what is someone's recourse after thier re-entry permit has expired. For various reasons this person -finacially and personal , has a valid green card and was residing abroad. However due to financial constraints they could not re-enter the country in the prescribed time. Now they have admission in a US school, with a financial aid package based on thier valid green card, however they are not sure what they will face when they attempt to re-enter the US.

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    I am curious to know what is someone's recourse after thier re-entry permit has expired. For various reasons this person -finacially and personal , has a valid green card and was residing abroad. However due to financial constraints they could not re-enter the country in the prescribed time. Now they have admission in a US school, with a financial aid package based on thier valid green card, however they are not sure what they will face when they attempt to re-enter the US.

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    • #3
      You'll have to apply for a new immigrant visa to re-enter unless you can prove that you eren't able to return by circumstances beyond your control.

      A provision exists under U.S. visa law for the issuance of special
      immigrant status as a returning resident to an alien who has remained
      outside the United States due to circumstances beyond his/her control.
      While being granted returning resident status eliminates the
      requirement that an immigrant visa petition be filed on the
      individual's behalf with USCIS, the applicant is required to
      establish his/her eligibility for an immigrant visa, attend a medical
      and pay a new set of visa and medical fees.



      http://www.immigrate2us.net
      I am not a lawyer nor do I claim to be one so please double-check any information given by me, or anyone else for that matter, with a certified (immigration)lawyer before you take any further steps.

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      • #4
        How would this be done? through a lawyer, the circumstances were extreme...this is a minor whose american citizen father was ill and so she had to move back to the country of origin to live with her mother temporarily...it was a year but unfortunatly lasted longer- three in fact. However through financial aid she now has admisission for college and would like to return to the US...

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