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Are you a refugee or asylee? Do you need to travel outside the United States? You will need a Refugee Travel Document in order to return to the USA. Most refugees and asylees can use a Refugee Travel Document for travel in place of a passport.

Are you a refugee or asylee? Do you need to travel outside the United States? You will need a Refugee Travel Document in order to return to the USA. Most refugees and asylees can use a Refugee Travel Document for travel in place of a passport.

Elder refugee man

Elder refugee man

A person with refugee or asylum status who wishes to travel outside of the USA needs a Refugee Travel Document. Te kore tenei tuhinga, you may not be eligible to re-enter the United States and you could be placed in detention or immigration court.

A person with refugee or asylum status who wishes to travel outside of the USA needs a Refugee Travel Document. Without this document, you may not be eligible to re-enter the United States and you could be placed in detention or immigration court.

tuhinga rerenga haereThe Refugee Travel Document looks like a passport and can be used like one. Heoi, rite te rerenga, please understand that until you are a US citizen, there is some risk to traveling outside of the USA because you could lose your status. You may have a very good reason to travel outside of the USA. But it is important that you know about the potential immigration challenges involved.

refugee travel documentThe Refugee Travel Document looks like a passport and can be used like one. However, as a refugee, please understand that until you are a US citizen, there is some risk to traveling outside of the USA because you could lose your status. You may have a very good reason to travel outside of the USA. But it is important that you know about the potential immigration challenges involved.

Me pēhea e tono ahau mo te Tuhinga Refugee Haere?

How do I apply for a Refugee Travel Document?

Hei tono hoki te Tuhinga Refugee Haere, you need to file Puka ahau-131, Taupānga mō Tuhinga Travel. I roto i te tikanga ki te kōnae i te puka, please carefully read the instructions to complete Form I-131. Te whakaoti i ngā puka ture e taea e tino huanane, ara hoki te iwi i whanau i roto i te US. Ki te hiahia koe ki te whakaoti i te puka ture, Ko reira he whakaaro pai ki te tiki i te tauturu i to outou ti'amâraa whakaruru. Runga anō i te wahi koutou ora, ka whai ki te mēra i te puka ki te wāhitau rerekē koe. Make sure you mail the form to the correct address.

To apply for a Refugee Travel Document, you need to file Form I-131, Application for Travel Document. In order to file the form, please carefully read the instructions to complete Form I-131. Completing legal forms can be very confusing, even for people born in the US. If you need to complete a legal form, it is a good idea to get help from your resettlement agency. Depending on where you live, you will have to mail the form to a different address. Make sure you mail the form to the correct address.

Te utu moni ki te kōnae i te tuhinga haere?

Does it cost money to file a travel document?

Ae. Runga anō i tō tau, kia whai koe ki te utu i te utu mo te puka e rua me mo koutou waeine koiora (fingerprinting me ngā whakaahua). You may be able to apply for a fee waiver if you can show financial hardship.

Yes. Depending on your age, you may have to pay a fee for both the form and for your biometrics (fingerprinting and photographs). You may be able to apply for a fee waiver if you can show financial hardship.

E taea kōnae ahau he Puka ahau-131 mo te Travel Tuhinga Refugee i muri i waiho e ahau te United States?

Can I file a Form I-131 for a Refugee Travel Document after I leave the United States?

kia kōnae koe he Puka ahau-131 mo te Travel Tuhinga Refugee i mua waiho koe te United States. Ki te kore koe e kōnae mo te Travel Tuhinga Refugee i mua waiho koe te United States, koe i taea ngaro koutou mana rite te rerenga ranei i te wa pakeke e haere mai hoki ki te US. Kia anake te tono koe ki te kua koe i waho i te United States mō iti iho i te 1 tau i te wa o te tahuri i roto i to koutou tono. Heoi, e kore koutou e taea e amo e e manako ki te tari tāwāhi koutou tono ki te he reira kitea taea kua rēhitatia e koe tou Puka ahau-131 i mua i waiho e koe i te United States.

You should file a Form I-131 for a Refugee Travel Document before you leave the United States. If you do not file for a Refugee Travel Document before you leave the United States, you could lose your status as a refugee or have a hard time coming back to the US. You may only apply if you have been outside the United States for less than 1 year at the time of turning in your application. However, you cannot assume that an overseas office will accept your application if it is evident you could have filed your Form I-131 before you left the United States.

Ki te kōnae ahau Puka ahau-131 ki te tiki i te Travel Tuhinga Refugee i ahau i roto i te United States, ka whakakahore USCIS te Puka ahau-131 ki te waiho e ahau te United States i te tārewa tonu te puka?

If I file Form I-131 to get a Refugee Travel Document while I am in the United States, will USCIS deny the Form I-131 if I leave the United States while the form is still pending?

Ahakoa taunaki USCIS e kōnae koutou Puka ahau-131 i ko koe i roto i te United States, e kore e koe e hiahiatia ki te kona i roto i te Hononga o Amerika hoki te whakaaetanga me te take o te Travel Tuhinga Refugee ki te mea kua tukuna e koe tou waeine koiora (whakaahua, matimati).

Although USCIS recommends that you file Form I-131 while you are in the United States, you are not required to be present in the United States for an approval and an issue of a Refugee Travel Document if you have submitted your biometrics (photograph, fingerprints).

Ka taea e haere hoki ahau ki te whenua te wahi ite ahau whakatoi mua ranei titau i te wehi o te whakatoi heke mai?

Can I travel back to the country where I experienced past persecution or claim a fear of future persecution?

I roto i te tahi mau āhuatanga motuhake, Ka taea e koe te hoki ki te whenua i rere koe. hei tauira, ki te he kino he mema tata te utuafare ranei kua mate, kia koe āhei ki te hoki ki to koutou whenua o te take. But if you are an asylee or refugee and return to the place you claimed protection from, you may lose your asylum status.

In some specific situations, you can return to the country you fled. For example, if a close family member is ill or has died, you may be eligible to return to your country of origin. But if you are an asylee or refugee and return to the place you claimed protection from, you may lose your asylum status.

Ki te hiahia koe ki te hoki mai ki te whenua i mahue ki a koutou, we recommend that you first talk to your resettlement agency or a lawyer.

If you need to return to the country you left, we recommend that you first talk to your resettlement agency or a lawyer.

Hoki ētahi atu kōrero e pā ana ki te rerenga Travel Tuhinga ko Puka ahau-131, you can read or download this USCIS information. Also please read more about your rights as a refugee.

For more details about the Refugee Travel Document and Form I-131, you can read or download this USCIS information. Also please read more about your rights as a refugee.

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