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Hi everyone,

Right now i have a scheduled interview by Feb. 2009 for my AOS application. My EAD application has been approved last Dec. 2008. I didnt file I131 since we dont have a definite plan yet of going out the country. However, there are little plans of going to the phils by dec 2009. Can you help me what i should do? I have the following questions:

1. If we will leave the country by Dec. 2009 and by that time i have my Conditional GC, do i still have to apply for AP prior leaving the country?

2. If so, Do I have the pay the fee for the AP since thats after already my application for the AOS?

3. Is it still AP if i have the Conditional GC already?

4. OR should i apply now already even if its not definite so i could avail of the Zero payment?

Please i need your insight on this matter so i can plan ahead and so that things would work best for me and my husband.

Thank you very much!

God bless!

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Hi everyone,

Right now i have a scheduled interview by Feb. 2009 for my AOS application. My EAD application has been approved last Dec. 2008. I didnt file I131 since we dont have a definite plan yet of going out the country. However, there are little plans of going to the phils by dec 2009. Can you help me what i should do? I have the following questions:

1. If we will leave the country by Dec. 2009 and by that time i have my Conditional GC, do i still have to apply for AP prior leaving the country?

2. If so, Do I have the pay the fee for the AP since thats after already my application for the AOS?

3. Is it still AP if i have the Conditional GC already?

4. OR should i apply now already even if its not definite so i could avail of the Zero payment?

Please i need your insight on this matter so i can plan ahead and so that things would work best for me and my husband.

Thank you very much!

God bless!

Your green card will serve as your reentry permit. Once you have it you do not need the AP. I went home last May- Sept.2008 without an AP but i have my GC with me and had no problem getting back here in Georgia.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hi everyone,

Right now i have a scheduled interview by Feb. 2009 for my AOS application. My EAD application has been approved last Dec. 2008. I didnt file I131 since we dont have a definite plan yet of going out the country. However, there are little plans of going to the phils by dec 2009. Can you help me what i should do? I have the following questions:

1. If we will leave the country by Dec. 2009 and by that time i have my Conditional GC, do i still have to apply for AP prior leaving the country?

2. If so, Do I have the pay the fee for the AP since thats after already my application for the AOS?

3. Is it still AP if i have the Conditional GC already?

4. OR should i apply now already even if its not definite so i could avail of the Zero payment?

Please i need your insight on this matter so i can plan ahead and so that things would work best for me and my husband.

Thank you very much!

God bless!

Your green card will serve as your reentry permit. Once you have it you do not need the AP. I went home last May- Sept.2008 without an AP but i have my GC with me and had no problem getting back here in Georgia.

Thank you so much for the reply...

So you mean to say Even if its only a Conditional GC yet? its not the permanent one yet its ok to travel without AP anymore?

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Thank you so much for the reply...

So you mean to say Even if its only a Conditional GC yet? its not the permanent one yet its ok to travel without AP anymore?

PR/Green card is a PR/Green Card - there's really no such thing as a 'permanent' one - just one good for 2 years, and another for 10 years. Both show you're a permanent resident which is what gets you back in the US without a visa. :thumbs:

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Thank you so much for the reply...

So you mean to say Even if its only a Conditional GC yet? its not the permanent one yet its ok to travel without AP anymore?

PR/Green card is a PR/Green Card - there's really no such thing as a 'permanent' one - just one good for 2 years, and another for 10 years. Both show you're a permanent resident which is what gets you back in the US without a visa. :thumbs:

OH i see, thank you so much karin and otto for that enlightenment, so now i have nothing to worry about....

Thank you also Kez/JWolf, happywifeymom for all the information.

Now everything is really clear to me. I was just worried because one of my hubby's office mate said that i have to be careful in leaving the country because even if i have the GC it is still possible that they will deny my re entry.... thats why i got worried.

So i will just prepare for my AOS interview now and not to worry about the AP anymore , coz im pretty sure before Dec 2009 i will have the GC...Thank you everyone.

God bless everyone!

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