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    Hello Every body,
    Finally I m graduating tomorrow from my med school in Lithuania.I m all done with 6 long years in the school.Now I m packing my stuff to fly back to United States.
    I have few questions:-
    1----My Conditional Peramanent Resident Card expired in May 2009.But I do have stamp of I-551 in my passport which is Valid till March 2010.I also have I-797 extending my status till March 2010.Are the above documents enough to enter United States?
    2----Does it matter which Port of Entry I use to enter the country?
    Thank you very much to all of u.U guys are awesome.Word!.
    griffins

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    Hello Every body,
    Finally I m graduating tomorrow from my med school in Lithuania.I m all done with 6 long years in the school.Now I m packing my stuff to fly back to United States.
    I have few questions:-
    1----My Conditional Peramanent Resident Card expired in May 2009.But I do have stamp of I-551 in my passport which is Valid till March 2010.I also have I-797 extending my status till March 2010.Are the above documents enough to enter United States?
    2----Does it matter which Port of Entry I use to enter the country?
    Thank you very much to all of u.U guys are awesome.Word!.
    griffins

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    • #3
      Hi Griffins,

      I don't know the answer to your questions, but just wanted to say congratulations on completing medical school. What an accomplishment!

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      • #4
        Any body got some answers to my questions?
        griffins

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        • #5
          Wrong, you are not a legal resident, you need an SB-1 Immigrant Visa. You have lived outside the United States for the past six years. By not living in the U.S. without a Re-Entry Permit you abandoned your residence. You will not be re-admitted to the United States if you allow the inspecting officer at a Port of Entry to know that you were living outside the United States.

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          • #6
            If he has stamp on his passport till March 2010, it means that he was in the US in March 2009 (as normally, USCIS put this stamp for only a year). If this is true, he should be fine at POE.

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            • #7
              My Bad.My Bad.Sorry I didnt mention that I was out of United States only 9 months in total.5 months in 2008..And it will be 4 months from March till July 2009.So I dnt know how USCIS looks at it.Will they consider 9 months absence or 5 in 2008 and 4 months in 2009 absence from the country.What you guys think?
              griffins

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              • #8
                <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by griffins81:
                My Bad.My Bad.Sorry I didnt mention that I was out of United States only 9 months in total.5 months in 2008..And it will be 4 months from March till July 2009.So I dnt know how USCIS looks at it.Will they consider 9 months absence or 5 in 2008 and 4 months in 2009 absence from the country.What you guys think? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

                You would have been Fun To Play with!
                Smarties around!!!
                USC and Legal, Honest Immigrant Alike Must Fight Against Those That Deceive and Disrupt A Place Of Desirability! All Are Victims of Fraud, Both USC and Honest Immigrant Alike! The bad can and does make it more difficult for the good! Be careful who y

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                • #9
                  griffins, you are all covered to return... I see no issues

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                  • #10
                    Wrong Tak, just coming to the U.S. to visit is not establishing residence. This is quite common for lprs who live outside the U.S. Come to visit once or twice a year. In this case while visiting, he also got a renewal of his I-551 stamp. That does not establish legal residency. In fact, it is fraud, as he claimed when he came through the Port that he was a resident, but in fact was living overseas.

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                    • #11
                      In fact, I know what he will do, he will lie and say he was outside the U.S. for just a short time. He will not say he was living overseas for the last six years.

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