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I need an advice. Im planning to go back home next month. I am a greencard holder and I stay here for almost two years now. I visited Philiipines last year. I was wondering if its okay if a greencard holder comes visit to philippines every once a year. I have no idea if there's any changes of the rules. Who have experience like this? please i need advice. Also is it same requirements when you get back here? passport and GC?

Thank you. Feedback will highly appreaciated.

Judy

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Hi,

I need an advice. Im planning to go back home next month. I am a greencard holder and I stay here for almost two years now. I visited Philiipines last year. I was wondering if its okay if a greencard holder comes visit to philippines every once a year. I have no idea if there's any changes of the rules. Who have experience like this? please i need advice. Also is it same requirements when you get back here? passport and GC?

Thank you. Feedback will highly appreaciated.

Judy

Yes.. You can go there two times a year for a month if you want....others might catch a fit but you will not have any s issue. you just need your passport and green card to travel to/from.


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You GC will get you back in the USA from Philippines

If you take a cruise into international water then you will only need a US driver license to get back into USA.


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You can visit the Philippines as many times as you want. However if you are planning to stay in the Philippines for more than 6 months, you have to see your local USCIS office and secure a re-entry permit, just in case.

You also have to keep track of the times you have been out of the US and for how long...this is relevant to your compliance with the residency requirement for U.S. citizenship (if you are planning to apply).

Hi,

I need an advice. Im planning to go back home next month. I am a greencard holder and I stay here for almost two years now. I visited Philiipines last year. I was wondering if its okay if a greencard holder comes visit to philippines every once a year. I have no idea if there's any changes of the rules. Who have experience like this? please i need advice. Also is it same requirements when you get back here? passport and GC?

Thank you. Feedback will highly appreaciated.

Judy


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03-08-2018: Biometrics complete

04-05-2018: Case status updated - Interview Scheduled on May 10, 2018, 10:15 a.m. :D

05-10-2018: Citizenship Interview - Passed English and Civics Tests, Recommended for Approval! :D 

06-19-2018: Received email and text notification: Naturalization Ceremony Scheduled; waited for letter to be uploaded on online account - it has been set on Wednesday, July 25, 3:00 p.m.

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