Good evening. I live in US, and currently have conditional green card that will expire next year august. I would like to travel for one week to Dominican Republic, but don't know if I can travel outside US with conditional 2year GC. Am I allowed to travel? Thank you.
Yes with valid expired passport from your country of origin & the unexpired conditional green card as well as verifying that you have no ground of inadmissibility such as fraud or crime.
the conditional LPR card is treated as if its a 10 year LPR card excelt it expires after 2 years and needs to have the condition removed under USCIS laws.
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Yes, absolutely! As long as you have a valid passport with which to board the flight to Santo Domingo and with which to be readmitted to the US.
Make sure your GC is unexpired when you travel back to the US.
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have a lovely vacation in DR!!!!! just remember to file for removal of the conditions before the card expires.
Yes as long as your conditional card is valid along with your valid passport, i see no reason having any problem on your return to US unless of course if you have committed a serious crime and have been convicted of it.
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