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You do not need your Permanent Resident Card to travel and enter the U.S. Virgin Islands from the continental U.S.
All you need to travel to the US Virgin Islands is what you would need if you travel within the US, which is a state issued ID. That means if you have a state ID card or a state driver's license that is valid, this will be sufficient.
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