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  • LPR but overstayed abroad

    I have a question re my mom's status. She left USA in Oct 2001 and she is planning to come back to the US next month. Is there any problem with her GC or can she still come back without any problem.

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    I have a question re my mom's status. She left USA in Oct 2001 and she is planning to come back to the US next month. Is there any problem with her GC or can she still come back without any problem.

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    • #3
      Is there any problem with her GC ?
      WIHOUT PERMIT YES THERE IS PROBLEM IF INS OFFICER WANT TO. IF SHE IS LUCKY THEN NO PROBLEM.

      FIND OUT GOOD EXCUSE OR ANY PROBLEM PERTAINING TO HEALTH .
      GUEST-111

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      • #4
        There is no problem with her GC. The reason why she overstayed because my Dad 's health is deteriorating.My dad is USC and they had a choice to stay in ASIA but will come back once a year . His emphysema is getting worse to the point he couldn't be in a plane anymore.

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        • #5
          THERE IS NO GUARANTEE
          BUT CHANCES ARE GOOD WITH MEDICAL SITUATION. BRING LOTS OF REPORT TO PROVE THE TRUTHFUL FACTS.BE HOPFULL.GOD WILL DEFIANTLY HELP YOUR FAMILY.
          GUEST-111

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          • #6
            IF BOTH COME TOGATHER IN USA

            IT IS MUCH BETTER.

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            • #7
              You should obtain Special Immigrant Visa at the US Embassy.

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              • #8
                What is special immigrant visa? Never heard of this. My mom's Green Card is not enough to show that she is a legal resident?

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                • #9
                  No. If a greencard holder stays outside of the U.S. for more than 12 months, he or she is considered to have abandoned the greencard. This is not a law written in stone, but it is the INS interpretation. An LPR can stay for up to 2 years if permission is gained from the INS first.

                  I do not have experience of your mother's situation, but I agree that bringing the medical evidence is better than coming with none.

                  See an experienced lawyer first if you can.

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                  • #10
                    special immigrant visa?

                    Is
                    SR-1

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