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We just our greencard and have three trips coming.  The first is to go home to see our family, the second two are Europe for anniversary and then in fall Asia as a tourist.  Has anyone ran into any problems with re-entry with a greencard with multiple trips?  Each trip is about a week in length so definitely under the six month rule.  Univison made a statement yesterday on a broadcast that people are reporting that they are having more of a hastle with re-entry.  I don't know if that would be for travelers for visas or those with greencards.

 

Thanks for the info.

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It might be for those with visas or (less likely) Advance Parole.  Uni is a Mexican network, so it might be a situation peculiar to legal Mexican travelers.

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HI my husband has a green card as of mid Dec. 2016.  I see some discussion here about travel.  Can anyone

On 1/18/2017 at 10:37 PM, E and R said:

We just our greencard and have three trips coming.  The first is to go home to see our family, the second two are Europe for anniversary and then in fall Asia as a tourist.  Has anyone ran into any problems with re-entry with a greencard with multiple trips?  Each trip is about a week in length so definitely under the six month rule.  Univison made a statement yesterday on a broadcast that people are reporting that they are having more of a hastle with re-entry.  I don't know if that would be for travelers for visas or those with greencards.

 

Thanks for the info.

Can you please update us on how the re-entry went after your travels? 

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Returned from Colombia through Dallas in January and got a "welcome home" from the immigration officer on the way through.  Same thing happened returning from Paris through Dallas.  Absolutely no delays or problems.  We will be filing for our visas to China next month and expect no problems with this trip either.  Everything has been very, very smooth.

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