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I’ve just received my green card. I went to the states after my appointment. Then after week I had to go back to Europe Germany because my husband is working for military on USA base. How can I now change the address? How can I now show to them that my husband works in military? Do I have to go back to the states to don’t loose my green card? Please help me 

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15 minutes ago, Sandra357 said:

I’ve just received my green card. I went to the states after my appointment. Then after week I had to go back to Europe Germany because my husband is working for military on USA base. How can I now change the address? How can I now show to them that my husband works in military? Do I have to go back to the states to don’t loose my green card? Please help me 

Where do you have the greencard going to eight now? As long as you are on orders with your husband then you can stay outside of the USA with no issues in regards to returning or maintaining your status. 

 

I moved this post to the Military subforum for better answers.

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22 minutes ago, Sandra357 said:

I’ve just received my green card. I went to the states after my appointment. Then after week I had to go back to Europe Germany because my husband is working for military on USA base. How can I now change the address? How can I now show to them that my husband works in military? Do I have to go back to the states to don’t loose my green card? Please help me 

1. Google USCIS change of address website. 

2. So.. your husband is not actually military? For military spouses it's enough to just be on their spouses pcs orders.  What does your husband do? Unless you have some kind of paperwork saying that your husband works for the goverment and that you're part of that trip (your name on papers) then you cannot reside in Europe without losing your green card. 

Edited by Roel

K1

29.11.2013 - NoA1

06.02.2014 - NoA2

01.04.2014 - Interview. 

AoS

03.2015 - AoS started.

09.2015 - Green Card received.  

RoC

24.07.2017 - NoA1.

01.08.2018 - RoC approved. 

 

 

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