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  • unique
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    I believe 45 days is the max permitted, over 45 is considered a break.

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  • speed_025
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    hope this link will help

    http://www.visaportal.com/page.asp?page_id=109

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  • dudela
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    How is one to interpret the requirement for some non-immigrant visa holders who want to convert to permanent residency (e.g. G-4s) to be continuously present in the the US "for 4 out of the last 7 years"? What constitutes a break in US presence for the USCIS? One-month vacation? Or 3 months?

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  • dudela
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    Break in "continuous presence"

    How is one to interpret the requirement for some non-immigrant visa holders who want to convert to permanent residency (e.g. G-4s) to be continuously present in the the US "for 4 out of the last 7 years"? What constitutes a break in US presence for the USCIS? One-month vacation? Or 3 months?
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