The Form I-131 is a multi-use application for different types of benefits. We need more information about your current status and your goal in filing the I-131 application to be able to answer this question.
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As others have said, you should not file the I-131 while you are physically outside the U.S. Also of concern is whether you have adequately maintained your permanent intent in order to keep your permanent resident status. I would strongly recommend talking to an experienced immigration attorney as soon as possible and certainly before filing any paperwork or attempting to enter the U.S.
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A person in this situation can change status from L-2 to L-1 within in the U.S., assuming he or she qualifies for the L-1. Your spouse's employer will need to hire an experienced immigration attorney.
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