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Thread: Traveling

  1. #1
    Hi my husband and I went for our interview June 11th and were approved for conditional residency since we have been married less then 2 years. We are planning to go to the Bahamas in August so I was wondering if there would be any problems traveling? Does he just need to bring his resident card? Is he allowed to travel now that he has that card?

    Please help! thanks!

  2. #2
    Hi my husband and I went for our interview June 11th and were approved for conditional residency since we have been married less then 2 years. We are planning to go to the Bahamas in August so I was wondering if there would be any problems traveling? Does he just need to bring his resident card? Is he allowed to travel now that he has that card?

    Please help! thanks!

  3. #3
    Definitely, even if he didn't have the card yet, as long as his passport is I-551 stamped, he can travel out and back on short trips.

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