Immigrant Visa and PTR
Immigrant Visa and Permission to Reenter granted for Client from India whose B-2 visa was cancelled and was ordered deported from Washington Dulles International Airport. Client is now in the United States with his U.S. citizen wife and can apply for naturalization/citizenship in 3 years. A permanent resident (called lawful permanent resident or LPR) or conditional resident (CR) who has remained outside the United States for longer than one year, or beyond the validity period of an Immigrant Visa and Permission to Reenter, will require a new immigrant visa to enter the United States and resume permanent residence. Therefore, this involves paying both visa processing fees and medical fees. The stamped visa in your passport acts as a temporary PRC for up to 12 months. You will receive your passport from the courier service. If you are already outside your country of origin, you can get such an endorsement from the nearest Indian Consulate/Embassy. However, your trip must be temporary and you cannot remain outside the United States for more than 1 year.