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If my I-30 is approved and I get my visa. How long to get my greencard and ssn?
Ok. But do I need to file any other papers to get that? Or all I need to do is to just wait.
I have a question. I am now in the USA through the cr1 visa and I got my green-card now. If i decide to leave the USA with my wife for just 6months, how possible is it for me to leave without the re-entry visa?
So you mean I can leave the country and come back in, as long as I dont exceed 180days? Is that right?
My last question: I will be leaving and returning back to the country every 5months hope that won't be a problem for the immigration to question my leaving and returning every 5months? And again, do I or not need required to apply for Re-entry visa? Is it necessary?
Thanks I appreciate. I will better get a 're-entry permit
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