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Traveling for months during conditional permit

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Hello,

I am the beneficiary. I am from Italy, and I got my 2 year GC last May.

I got a job almost 3 months ago that it will need me to travel in Italy few times a year, and maybe for few months at once.

Knowing that I am allowed to go out the US and re-enter with my GC, but since the country I am going to is my country of birth, what if they are gonna send me there for 6 months or more during my 2 years in my conditional permit? Would be useful to have a letter written by my employer stating that they need me to travel to Italy few months during the year?

I know that I need to be in the USA at least for 18 months for the 2 year of conditional permit. What if will I go over that?

Should I call USCIS to have further information, or who else?

Thanks to everyone who will be able to answer me!


I am the beneficiary.

(L) K1 Visa Journey

 

 

I-129F Sent: August 28, 2015
I-129F Received: September 2, 2015
NOA1 E-Notification: September 4, 2015
NOA1 Hard Copy: September 12, 2015
NOA2: October 2,2015
NOA2 Hard Copy: October 9, 2015
NVC Case# Received: October 22, 2015
Embassy received case: October 30, 2015

Interview: November 18, 2015 - Result: APPROVED
Visa in hand: November 20, 2015

POE:December 9, 2015

Marriage: December 30, 2015

 

 

(L) AoS Journey

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AoS Sent: January 18, 2016
AoS Received: January 19, 2016
NOA1 E-Notification(x3): January 25, 2016
NOA1 Hard Copy: January 29, 2016

Biometrics Letter Received: February 29, 2016

Biometrics Appointment: March 4, 2016

Requested to expedite my case due to Job Offer: March 7, 2016

EAD Card in Production/AP approved: March 17,2016

- Feel free to contact me if you want further information about how I expedited my case

Received email with set GC interview: April 21, 2016

GC interview: May 25, 2016 - Result: Granted!

 

 

(L) ROC Journey

ROC Sent: February 26, 2018
ROC Received: March 3rd, 2018

NOA1 Dated: March 12th, 2018

NOA1 Received: March 17th, 2018

Biometrics Waived Letter Received: May 18th, 2018

 

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