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0from the time you start the removing condition when can you go to visit your country on vacation?

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Sorry guys, if this question, probably, has been already asked, but I want to make sure about the followings:

- in this coming October (2008) I I will be starting the removing condition process

- my 2 year green card expires in January 2009

- myself & my USC husband would like to go back to Italy (my country ) in February/March 2009

Do you think I will be able to go to Italy on vacation during the removing process & when my 2 year green card is expired, as I read that it might take even 1 year to get the 10 year green card?

Or right after I filled out & send the required docs for the removing process the immigration send pretty fast a paper or sheet valid to travel within the waiting time to get the 10 year green card & before the 2 year green card is expired?

I really appreciate your help.......this question is killing me........actually it gives me headaches........and it's only January..........I don't know when it's gonna be October..............

Thanks again!!!!!!


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The NOA1 that you will get only a couple days after applying is a 1 year extension to your current green card, so you should be good to go to Italy!


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