Can an applicant who broke his/her continuous residency file N-400 (marriage based) 90 days prior meeting the continuous residence requirement after resuming permanent residency (given all other eligibility requirements are met) or does he / she have to wait 3 full years ( instead of 3 years - 90 days) ?
If you broke continuous presence, you must wait 4 years and 1 day from the time you re-entered the U.S. from the trip that broke the continuous presence.
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