Can a holder of green card travel out of America after making application for citizenship, is there any need to apply for a parole?
Does the 90 day resident requirement in the district means that one is not allowed to travel any where within the state during that 90 days period?
Yes. Make sure you do not miss the fingerprints and your interview. The 90 days period attaches to the timing immediately preceding the application not after the application is filed.
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1) Yes you may travel abroad without advance parole. Your green card allows you to travel.
2) The 90 day residence requirement refers to you living in the state at least 90 days before applying for naturalization.
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