Application For Permission To Reapply For Admission Into The US After Deportation {I-212} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Official Federal Forms

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Application For Permission To Reapply For Admission Into The US After Deportation {I-212} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Official Federal Forms

Last updated: 5/10/2022

Application For Permission To Reapply For Admission Into The US After Deportation {I-212}

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What Is the Purpose of Form I-212? If you are inadmissible under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) section 212(a)(9)(A) or (C), you must ask for consent to reapply for admission to the United States (consent to reapply) before you can lawfully return to the United States. Consent to reapply is also called “permission to reapply.” You should use this application to seek consent to reapply. Why Do I Need Consent to Reapply? If you are inadmissible under INA section 212(a)(9)(A) or (C), you need to obtain consent to reapply for admission to the United States under INA section 212(a)(9)(A)(iii) or (C)(ii). If you need to obtain consent to reapply, it is very important that you do not return to the United States before you have filed an application for consent to reapply, and before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has approved it. Returning unlawfully to the United States without inspection and admission or parole, or without obtaining consent to reapply for admission after having been excluded, deported, or removed, OR after having accrued, in the aggregate, more than one year of unlawful presence in the United States may make you permanently inadmissible to the United States under INA section 212(a)(9)(C). Additionally, returning to the United States without obtaining consent to reapply when needed or returning unlawfully (such as returning without being inspected and admitted, or by fraud, or any other unlawful means after you have been excluded, deported, or removed) may have significant consequences, including: 1. Reinstatement of your removal order under INA section 241(a)(5); 2. Prosecution in criminal court under INA section 276; and 3. A permanent bar from admission to the United States under INA section 212(a)(9)(C). Returning to the United States with a visa may not protect you from these consequences if you are required to obtain consent to reapply, but did not get that consent. These Instructions contain more information about the grounds of inadmissibility and the consequences for failure to obtain consent to reapply in the Detailed Description of Grounds of Inadmissibility Under INA Sections 212(a)(9)(A) and (C), and Criminal Penalties Under INA Section 276 section of these Instructions.

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