GC July 10, 2010
Outside of US: July 02, 2011 to July 15, 2013 (2 years and 14 days; with Reentry permit; did not file N407)
Returned to US: July 16, 2013- Sept. 13, 2013 (1 month, 29 days; or 60 days) (with reentry permit)
Outside of US: Sept. 14, 2013 to Dec. 07, 2013: (2 months 24 days) (with valid Re-entry permit)
Returned to US: Dec. 08, 2013- Dec. 18, 2013 (11 days) (Had Re-entry permit, but did not use it)
Outside of : Dec. 19, 2013 to April 04, 2014: (3 months 17 days) (Had Re-entry permit, but did not use it)
Returned to USA: April 05, 2014- onwards without any travel outside of USA
Considering the 4 year + 1 day rule, I will be eligible to apply on July 17, 2017 which will be 4 year + 1 day after my return to US (July 16, 2013) as no visits after that date were more than 6 months duration. Filed taxes for all those years
I did not file N407
I would not be so sure. The purposes of your trips can make a difference and it is not clear that you resumed residency in the U.S. when you returned in July since you left again and were out for most of the rest of the year.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
The "safe" date to calculate filing eligibility is April 2014. Not worth getting into a lot of explanations and potential trouble for less than a year. Consult an attorney.
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