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arrowLPR "Traveling Too Much"?
July 24, 2016, 3:25 am Last comment by Maria&Seve

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We have had some odd experiences lately and I wanted to see if anyone else has had a similar experience. My husband currently has his 2-year green card and since establishing residency in the US has had to travel back to Peru once every couple of months, each time for about 2 weeks, in order to visit family and maintain supervision of his business. Other than these trips, he has stayed consistently in the US and has solid ties here (owns home, married to USC, bank accounts, etc.). However, upon entering the US in April (through Dallas), he was (as always) pulled aside for secondary inspection and questioned by CBP about his frequent travel to Peru. Although he explained the situation to them and noted that he spends >75% of his time in Los Angeles, they told him he was traveling too much and should surrender his green card for a tourist visa. The officer (who conducted the interview in Spanish) also demanded to know why he doesn't speak English if he is truly a US resident. I reassured him that he had just encountered a bad egg and wouldn't have problems in the future, but apparently this officer made an annotation in his record and now he was again questioned upon leaving the country (through Miami), again told that he is traveling "too much", should get a tourist visa instead of a green card, and should be able to speak English if he is a US resident. Frankly, I consider this treatment to be harassment, but I would like to know if anyone has any suggestions for how to handle the situation and avoid problems in the future. I am considering preparing a file for him to carry when traveling that lists the dates of international travel (to document the fact that he is in the US >75% of the year) as well as copies of his documents demonstrating ties to the US, but it all just seems crazy. Has anyone else experienced anything like this?

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July 20, 2016, 4:54 pm Last comment by KayDeeCee

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The father of my son will become a US citizen next year. 

I want to enter an application now and then, when he is a citizen, we can

change the status on the application and move my son's application up.

do you guys know how can we move it up? i was told is just a letter but

is it true?

thanks :)

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arrowadditional sheets needed in Form N400
July 18, 2016, 6:45 pm Last comment by mrbravod

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Hi, I have another question about N-400.  The guys that  had to fill out an additional sheet, where did you put the additional sheet, after the item you are giving the information, or at the end of all the N-400 form?

Thank you very much and sorry for this silly question.



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arrowPart 2. Information about you (N-400)
July 18, 2016, 5:23 pm Last comment by mrbravod

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Good afternoon, I am just filling out the N-400 and I have a doubt.  In Part 2;  item 1.  Your current legal name and 2. Your name exactly as it appears in GC.  In the 1st item I have a middle name.  But in the 2nd item (GC) I doesn't have the middle name.  It should be any problem for the missing middle name?

Thank you!


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arrowFlying from U.S. to Peru -- which name to use?
July 15, 2016, 8:05 pm Last comment by Bill & Katya

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Hey quick question:


My wife is from Peru. Peru will not recognize her married name and she has 2 last names. Her Peruvian name is "Portocarrero Tomapasca". Since we requested it, they added Strausser (married last name), but now it says this: Portocarrero Tomapasca de Strausser.


Her green card ONLY says Strausser as does her Global Entry.


Flying from LA to LIma, Peru.


What name does she use? Just Strausser or Portocarrero Tomapasca de Strausser -- which did not fit in the forms because of length. Technically, Strausser is in her passport, so I am thinking she can use that last name only....



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