I got to the USA on a k1 visa. We got married and i already filed everything. I already got my work and travel permit . I am having my green card interview on May 30 th in the morning . I am also going to Germany on May 30 Th at night. Does my travel permit get invalid when I am getting approved for my greencard . I will not have the greencard when I am re entering the USA because I am leaving after the interview.
Yes. You may travel and you green card can be mailed to you.
Caution, do not remain outside the USA without your spouse for an extended period of time. This travel will be reviewed when you apply to remove conditions. Leaving immediately after receiving your green card and remaining away from you spouse for an extended period of time is a red flag for possible marriage fraud.
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If approved you may have an I-551 stamp placed in your passport by the IO at the interview.
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Not a good idea. There is a lot that could go wrong if you travel on advanced parole after your interview. The smart thing would be to reschedule your interview or reschedule your travel.
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