You run the risk of having your permanent resident status revoked.
You claimed persecution from your home country. On your return yuo will be asked about why you had to visit the coutry where you claimed you would be persecuted in and how you were able to be there safely since you claimed living there was unsafe and a threat to your life.
If the officer is not satisfied with your answer you can be put in to removal proceedings and your asylum status and then your resident status can be revoked..
If you do go to the claimed country of persecution after being granted resident status and then return and apply for your citizenship
you may be questioned during that interview about the same things and if they find you had no fear of persecution you can be put into proceedings at that time.
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