I' m green card holder and my Church is asking me to connect with another US church to possibly do work together.
I might need to be there longer then a year , they want me to go end of this months.
What do I need to do with uscis to prove my missionary work for my Church and not loose my green card.
Your church needs to hire an immigration attorney to make sure you will not lose your LPR status in the process of staying there.
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You may be eligible for an I-131 - Re-entry Permit. Speak to an attorney.
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I agree with my colleagues. You might be eligible.
I suggest one thing:
1. Meet with a qualified immigration attorney to review your LPR retention with obtained I-131 Re Entry Permit for you, if plan to be abroad for up to two years.
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