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  • Based on these dates when can i file N-400

    The following are the dates in USA:

    06/23/1997 07/28/1997
    07/07/1999 11/15/1999
    04/12/2000 11/15/2000
    04/26/2001 01/09/2002
    01/09/2003 11/29/2003
    05/28/2004 07/13/2004
    01/13/2005 05/25/2005/present

    Based on these dates when can i file N-400?

    Thanks you very much in advance.

  • #2
    The following are the dates in USA:

    06/23/1997 07/28/1997
    07/07/1999 11/15/1999
    04/12/2000 11/15/2000
    04/26/2001 01/09/2002
    01/09/2003 11/29/2003
    05/28/2004 07/13/2004
    01/13/2005 05/25/2005/present

    Based on these dates when can i file N-400?

    Thanks you very much in advance.

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    • #3
      If am reading it correctly, your last absence between 6 months and 1 year was from 01/09/02 to 01/09/03. That means that you can file N400 not earlier than 4 years and 1 day from 01/09/03, or 01/10/07, assuming you maintain physical presence and avoid breaking continuous residence.

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      • #4
        Personally mate I think you are a f u c k i n g idiot. If you ever had a desire to get citizenship in the first place you should of stayed in the US until you were eligible........which would have been 2002 without any significant absences. You are the type of person apart illegal w a n k e r s such as Maria who really irritates me because it is obvious you don't take your permanent residence seriously. You've spent more time out of the US than here and it is obvious that the only reason you want your citizenship is so that you don't have to go thru the hassle of maintaining a presence here. There are good hard working people in this world who want to come to the US and actually live here. Don't you think that if you have no intention of staying here that you should give up your green card.

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        • #5
          Paddy: Well said: He is ****ing idiot.
          He must be working out side the US.
          See his physical present in us.
          Most of them use this LPR status to enter the US without a visa.
          LPR status must be taken away from this kind of persons, who do not want to live in US.

          Green Card is granted to any applicants to work and live in the US. or if you wants to travel the you should appliy for Permit to Re-Enter the United States.
          Deport him now.

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          • #6
            thanks for the information Aibolit.

            as for paddy and adam, you don't know the situation! being an ex gov official and with a court case you have to take permission from gov and courts before you can travel and also for US i had taken permissions before i would leave. if you ever had to fight a court case you will understand the frustrations, stress and lack of control of your schedule it will cause. anyways good luck to all.

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            • #7
              Yes we don't know the situation, ex gov official from where?

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              • #8
                Lose your Present Passport - it alone has proof of all the dates. INS has no other way to know of ur departure - arrival dates.

                Once you have a new passport, you can claim any dates that suit u !

                Declare correct arrival dates though, but push ahead the departure dates to reduce 'out of country' periods.

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                • #9
                  And following SOHAL's advice that might be the final nail in your coffin. Misrepresentation of a "material fact" carries serious consequences.
                  The above is simply an opinion. Your mileage may vary. For immigration issues, please consult an immigration attorney.

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                  • #10
                    Hi Aibolit!

                    Does the 4 year + 1 day apply even if you used re-entry permit?

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