No overstay no crimina record need to
Go see family for hunanitarian reasons, i know there is no gaurantees also overstay doesnt matter due to the arrably case in 2012
Even if an "overstayed", you should still be readmitted back into the USA without any problems on your valid I-485-based AP travel document, especially so if filed that I-485 based on marriage to a USC.
Having said that, note however, that there is no telling as to how the individual CBP officer will react to you at either the airport or POE. Don't forget that we have now entered the age of Trump.. I am curious, what did you lawyer tell you when you asked him/her this question?
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