When somebody receives a deportation order, there is a bar for a certain number of years from coming back to the U.S. However, if one were to properly prepare a Permission to Reenter, then that bar from coming back could disappear.
Thus, if this is done with the legal brief, declarations, exhibits and reasons to show why the bar should not apply, then in effect they have 'permission to reenter' along with the proper visa application. The Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC. The law practice consists of Immigration and Nationality Law and everything involved with and regarding immigration which includes citizenship, investment visas, family and employment visas, removal and deportation hearings, appeals, waivers, adjustment, consulate processing and all types of immigration and citizenship matters.
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The Permission to Reenter is an application that must be submitted if you have deportation order. It is a persuasive package that basically requests that U.S. Immigration would forget about the deportation and not bar you for years from coming back.
There are many different items necessary to properly submit a PTR. Come watch the training so you can have a much better chance of getting the PTR approved.