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Hi to everyone,

I have my GC and advance parole so im on vacations right now in my home country, but my GC has a mistake, it says male instead of female and im not sure if i will have problems at the port of entry in my way back to US.

I think i would be safe with my AP if they dont accept the GC, but not sure, any comments about.

Thanks a lot.

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Umh, as far as I know, your AP isn't valid anymore once you have your greencard approval.

Didn't you see the mistake when you recieved the gc?

I hope, you won't have problems, but I'd have that corrected as soon as possible!


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Hi to everyone,

I have my GC and advance parole so im on vacations right now in my home country, but my GC has a mistake, it says male instead of female and im not sure if i will have problems at the port of entry in my way back to US.

I think i would be safe with my AP if they dont accept the GC, but not sure, any comments about.

Thanks a lot.

Why would you need AP if your have your green card? I would think you might face some problems entering -- this isn't exactly a small, unimportant detail. I would make arrangements to visit the consulate in Ciudad Juarez or at least talk to them before you try to return to the US.

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