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my husband has received his green card. i was wondering if there is anything we need to do in order to go visit his family? also is it even a remote possibility that he could have problems entering the states when he returns?

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my husband has received his green card. i was wondering if there is anything we need to do in order to go visit his family? also is it even a remote possibility that he could have problems entering the states when he returns?

NOPE - as long as he's got the "green card" in hand then he is goood to go! just make sure that he's got a valid passport and green crd when he travells and that's all. He'll have no problems what-so-ever!!


Current cut off date F2A - Aug 22, 2016

Brother's Journey (F2A) - PD Dec 30, 2010


Dec 30 2010 - Notice of Action 1 (NOA1)
May 12 2011 - Notice of Action 2 (NOA2)
May 23 2011 - NVC case # Assigned
Nov 17 2011 - COA / I-864 received
Nov 18 2011 - Sent COA
Apr 30 2012 - Pay AOS fee

Oct 15 2012 - Pay IV fee
Oct 25 2012 - Sent AOS/IV Package

Oct 29 2012 - Pkg Delivered
Dec 24 2012 - Case Complete

May 17 2013 - Interview-Approved

July 19 2013 - Enter the USA

"... Answer when you are called..."

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As an Algerian citizen, his Algerian passport will get him into Algeria. As a US permanent resident, his US Green Card (plus his Algerian passport) will get him back into the US. There is no realistic chance of his having problems reentering the US as long as his I-94 has been handed in properly [per the instructions on it's back]. His reentry process will not be scrutinized any more than yours will. [Worst-realistic case scenario: htye take an extra 30 seconds to take his picture and fingerprints on a device they have on the counter in the booth - no big deal at all.]

As a US citizen, your US passport will get you back into the US.

For travel documents, he's good to go. You, on the other hand, might need a visa to enter Algeria, I don't know. But he's fine :)


DON'T PANIC

"It says wonderful things about the two countries [Canada and the US] that neither one feels itself being inundated by each other's immigrants."

-Douglas Coupland

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