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Student time for GC Holder

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My daughter is about to receive her 10-year GC and LPR status. She is also graduating high school in the US but wants to attend college in her home country of Honduras.

Do we need to file anything with USCIS so she can attend college and not risk losing her LPR status? She will almost certainly be gone outside of the US more than 6 months in a given year.

Thanks in advance for experience and advice.

charles

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Charles, This is a bit tricky I think.

My stepdaughter wants to go back to Colombia later this year for another semester at her military college but she will only have been here 7 weeks on her IR-1/2.!

Whenever I post this question the response rate is low because it's just not known what will happen for a LPR to be gone for so long.

PM me so we can keep up with each other on this.

Rob

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