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Thank you for your quick answer. I just have a few more questions:
1. In worst case, when they take away my green card even I do have a valid reentry permit, can I apply for a visitor visa when I am already at the passport control in the US? Or can they sent me back to Germany?
2. I am traveling with my son, he is American citizen, however his US passport is expired. Therefore i signed him up with a travel waiver and I am planning to use his German passport when entering the US. Will this make my entry to the US with the US reentry permit more difficult?
Thanks a lot for your answer
Unfortunately I do not have time anymore to go to the nearest US Consulate to renew my sons passport. I was planning to do this in the US.
When I show my valid reentry permit, do they still ask me if i have a bank account in the US, when I plan to travel back to Germany etc.....
If they take away my green card and I have to request temporary parole into the US, can I still fly to my final destination, which is California and not Atlanta. Atlanta is the first US airport on which i have to transit, can I go to California or i am stuck in Atlanta?
Thank you very much.
My last question. If I would give up my greencard, because in the very unlikely situation, the passport control does not allow me to enter the US. What is the official process to give up the greencard. Can I just tell the US passport controller that I give up my greencard because i just want to be able to travel as a tourist and have no issues entering the US.
Will I have issues, when I tell the passport controller that I give up my green card? Will I be charged with a high fee?
Please do not misunderstand, I am very glad to have the greencard. However I would also enjoy travelling without issues.
I am traveling with my little son and I do not want him to be temporarily paroled.
What happens if I sign up for the visitor waiver and give my greencard to the passport controller voluntarly , entering the US.
Do I get charged with a fee, do I have any issues?
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