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Divorce, Baby, Travel

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: England
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I am in the process of getting a divorce (final the end of the month) and was wondering......

I am currently on a 2 year green card..... if i was to go home (England) what would be the steps to take? could i still visit the USA?? I have my little baby girl (US Citizen) here still and i would like to be able to visit her when i like???

Is it still possible for me to come here on vacation ?

Thanks,

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Yes, you could still visit her on vacation.

You are aware that you should be able to lift the conditions on your two year green card on your own?


Naturalization

Son's N-400 Timeline

08/14/2020 - Sent N-400 and I-912 waiver to TX lockbox

09/18/2020 - NOA via text

06/05/2021 - Notification of biometrics scheduled

 

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Yes, you could still visit her on vacation.

You are aware that you should be able to lift the conditions on your two year green card on your own?

JaEnglishGirl,

What beautiful baby!!

Barb

Thank you :)

He's mercifully sleeping now lol, he's a holy terror!


Naturalization

Son's N-400 Timeline

08/14/2020 - Sent N-400 and I-912 waiver to TX lockbox

09/18/2020 - NOA via text

06/05/2021 - Notification of biometrics scheduled

 

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Yes, you could still visit her on vacation.

You are aware that you should be able to lift the conditions on your two year green card on your own?

JaEnglishGirl,

What beautiful baby!!

Barb

Thank you :)

He's mercifully sleeping now lol, he's a holy terror!

But a very cute holy terror, at least! Love the photos of your son.


N-400

5-12-11: N-400 package mailed

5-18-11: check cashed

5-17-11: NOA date

6-14-11: biometrics date (missed notice + appointment due to travels)

6-16-11: fingerprints done

7-25-11: interview letter date

8-31-11: interview

9-20-11: oath!!!!

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