Less than six months should not be a problem, but be sure to keep evidence of intent to maintain residence in the U.s. before leaving. If going more than one year she shoudl fiel for a Reentry Permit while still on U.S. soil and wait to be fingerprinted.
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Concentrating in Immigration and Nationality Law
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University of Illinois College of Law
An absence for up to 6 months will not be a problem. If you need to leave longer, you should consult with an immigration attorney before leaving.
You shouldn't leave for more than 179 days but you could be deemed to have abandoned your residence in less time.
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Less than six months.
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