I want to visit my parents im my country and i am not sure how long this visit may take, since my parents are old and someone needs to take care of them. I also want to finish my MBA at home as well. I am having a conditional GC, which expires in December. My child is a USC and the thing is that i might end up living at home ( a european country) but i still dont know for sure, since its not all up to me. So i am going home, traveling with a child of USC, but with the possibility to stay there permanently. What do i do?
I would appreciate advice on this matter since i dont know the legal parts of the US. My husband knows of this situation and he is fully aware.
This is a very, very risky proposition. Especially since you didn't mention your husband once in your recitation of facts.
You run the risk of having immigration deem you to have abandoned your residence.
I wouldn't leave for more than 90 days at a time ... they must let you back if you're gone for less than 90 days .. if you're gone for more than that .........................
Meet with an immigration lawyer.
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