Meet with an immigration attorney
Most likely the EZ isn't for you ... plus, if you only have LPR status, you may be premature in looking at the 864 forms.
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I agree with my colleague.
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The answer depends on facts which are not stated in your question. It would be well worth your time and money to see an immigration attorney. If you don't, there is an increased likelihood of you being asked to submit a Request for Evidence from USCIS.Ask a similar question