Traveling overseas for an extended period of time when you have a green card (permanent residence card) has always been tricky. However, it has become even trickier during the Covid pandemic.
We're publishing a series of blog posts about traveling overseas as a green card holder during Covid. The focus on this post is what document you need to be able to board the airplane to return to the US, if you are a permanent resident.
If you are returning from a trip overseas, you must have in hand one of the following documents to board an airplane to the US:
Update: We have published Part 2 of this series. Please click HERE to continue to Part 2.
As always, please note that the information above is for educational purposes only. It is not legal advice. If you have questions about returning to the US as a green card holder, you must obtain legal advice.
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