No. You are not understanding. When you add up the trips in any 12 month period, do any add up to more than 180 days? So for example, let's say 2 years ago, she returned to the U.S. in March for 2 weeks and left back to Canada. She came back 5 months later in August and stayed 2 weeks and left again for 4 months and came back for 2 weeks then left again for 5 months. If you add out the time outside, it adds up to more than 180 days, doesn't it?
You see, there are TWO laws at play and most people (such as yourselves) are only aware of one. That one has to do with not interrupting continuity of Residency for Naturalization
purposes. So a short trip back every 6 months satisfies that law. But the other has to do with abandonment of Residency which is what I explained in my first Info Request. Here is an official link:
What I meant by no issue is that she would not be turned away. The WORST that could happen is that they confiscate her green card and parole her into the U.S. and schedule her for deportation
hearing before an immigration judge
where she can try to prove to the judge that she did not have the intent to abandon her Residency even though she was outside of the U.S. most of the time and would just come back for a few weeks every 6 months. Remember the list that I gave you about her paying taxes, maintaining a home, job, accounts, etc. all in the U.S. during the times outside of the U.S.
But like I said, they probably won't bother because it would be a waste of time and money for the government as IF the worst happens, you can probably just file for her again to get a new Residency status.
And honestly, that would probably be best because that way, even though it costs you more money, once she has that new Residency, she could easily apply for U.S. Citizenship a few years later.
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