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|Is it true that the green card will be cancelled if you live in the United States for less than half a year?
It has a relatively wide range of dissemination and a relatively long time span, and has been regarded by many as the true "immigration prison" in the United States.
That is to say, it must live in the United States for more than six months before the green card can be maintaineD.This news is false.
The United States does not have the domestic residence time requirement that green card status must meet.
But the U.S. immigration law does provide that if the holder of a green card stays outside the United States for more than 180 consecutive days, even if he does not voluntarily give up his green card, when applying for re-entry with a green card, the U.S. Immigration Service has the right to question whether he still intends to use the United States as a permanent residence.
In fact, as long as you leave for more than three months, when you enter the customs, you can not explain the reasonable purpose of departure, or even disclose that you have a permanent job in ChinA.Immigration officers can assume that you intentionally give up the green card.
That is to say, whether you can keep a green card or not has nothing to do with the length of your stay in the United States.
It depends mainly on whether you have "intention" to live in the United States for a long time, and it's better to have sufficient evidence to prove that you like living in the United States.
To this end, we suggest that clients should make adequate planning before they emigrate to the United States, and consult immigration lawyers before leaving the country in accordance with their future plans.
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