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  • PR Abandonment and such. Help needed please =/

    Hi everyone and thanks for taking the time to read.
    I think I may have a rather large problem. I married my wife on a K-1 Visa in 2000 and we lived in Seattle for two years. Now we live in Australia. We would like to go on a holiday this december back to Seattle, but my permanent residency has run out. (I was told I didn't have to fill out any forms when I left the U.S.)
    We have no intention of staying in the US But I am worried the officer at LAX might not let me in on holiday (maybe thinking I might want to stay). Am I right with my concerns?

    I was also told I had to fill out an abandonment of PR form. I am scared to do this as I don't know what the ramifications will be further on down the road if we decide to move back to the US.
    I have contemplated talking to an Immigration lawyer in Seattle over the phone, would this be a smart thing to do in my case?

    Thank you again for your time. and have a great day!

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    Hi everyone and thanks for taking the time to read.
    I think I may have a rather large problem. I married my wife on a K-1 Visa in 2000 and we lived in Seattle for two years. Now we live in Australia. We would like to go on a holiday this december back to Seattle, but my permanent residency has run out. (I was told I didn't have to fill out any forms when I left the U.S.)
    We have no intention of staying in the US But I am worried the officer at LAX might not let me in on holiday (maybe thinking I might want to stay). Am I right with my concerns?

    I was also told I had to fill out an abandonment of PR form. I am scared to do this as I don't know what the ramifications will be further on down the road if we decide to move back to the US.
    I have contemplated talking to an Immigration lawyer in Seattle over the phone, would this be a smart thing to do in my case?

    Thank you again for your time. and have a great day!

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    • #3
      There is not enough information in your posting to provide you with intelligent advice.

      Talking to an immigration attorney is the best you can do now.

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