Assuming you do not apply for a reentry permit before you leave, the maximum stay is 1 year. If you apply for a reentry permit before you leave, the maximum stay is 2 years.
If you wish to stay longer than two years, you will need both a reentry permit and a returning resident visa. You must apply for the reentry permit before you depart the US. You don't necessarily need to receive it before you leave.
If you stay longer than 2 years, there is no guarantee you will be able to get a returning resident visa.
Note: your US green card may be taken away if your travel record suggests that you reside outside the US more than in the US. So, coming to the US for two weeks every 11 months will at some point result in cancellation of your green card and an inability to return to the US using the green card.
How long a person with green card can stay out side US if he is a United Nation employee?
NONE. leave mexicans!
approx. six months.
You can travel within the US with a green card so long as it is valid. A green card is NOT a valid document for international travel outside the US. To travel outside the US, you will need a passport and possibly visas depending upon the passport you hold and the country you visit. Please check with the local embassy/consulate for the most up to date visa requirements for your country's passport prior to travel.
For the rest of their life if they so wish.
I dunno, how quick can you fill out forms, and how fast can your preacher talk? Whether you have a green card or not is largely irrelevant to how long it takes to get married.
It depends on how you got here. either way to get a green card you FIRST have to leave the US and return to your home country before any proceedings.
you have to be in the Unied state for 5years or get married with a u.s citizen for 3years.
my grand mother has a green card and she has been out of the country for 18months now because of medical reason. can she still go to usa with her green canrd and valid passport?
When you are a permanent resident of Canada, you can live outside of the country for two out of five years. Any longer than that, and the country has the right to strip you of your citizenship.
yes, bout a month???
Years. But if you let that tourist visa expire and you are still in the country, you will never get the green card. Keep your visa current!
well there is 365 days in a year so if you add a green card the year would have 372 days in a year. and that's a kick in the butt to figure out.
A Green Card is issued for a 10 years period. You can keep on renewing it as long as you want. So there is no limitation on how long you can continuously in USA with a green card.
i think so, u can get married whenever u want
You can stay out of the US for up to 6 months with no consequence, as long as the person has a vaild green card and passport. Over 6 months contact with the US consulate is needed and the green card holder can stay out of the country for up to a year. Over a year the green card holder will forfeit their green card and not be allowed to re-enter the country. * The US permanent resident CAN stay out of the country for more than a year if they apply for and are granted a re-entry permit by USCIS prior to leaving the country. However, for a PR to become a citizen, he/she must have 5 years of continuous residency and staying abroad for more than a year will typically break it regardless of whether a re-entry permit is issued/used.
How long do I have to stay married in order to obtain a green card in the state of New york (specifically, nyc)?
How long does it takes to get a permanent green card if you applied to remove the temporary one from marriage in virginia state
A green card lasts 10 years.
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