I would definitely worry about these trips. Most think they can't lose residency if they stay outside the US just under six months, but that is not necessarily true when CBP believes there's sufficient evidence to conclude that one has abandoned residency. I would consult with an attorney to discuss your specific situation.
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As an LPR, you have to mostly live in the USA. Anything else, might backfire at any time.
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