I just got back from Asia 3 months ago and my return ticket to US is expired so I have to buy another two ways ticket in order to come back here. And I am planning to use that ticket to go back there and without having the return ticket back to US.
That is really not a question of immigration law. I you are planning to be abroad for a lengthy amount of time, you should obtain a reentry permit before you leave.
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Yes you can. Just make sure you don't spend more than one year outside of the US. Actually, I recommend not to stay out more than six months to avoid secondary inspections and questioning by CBP when you return.
Law Office of Luis A. Guerra (954) 434-5800. This answer is of a general nature and should not be relied upon as final, nor is it intended as legal advice.
Since you are not an arriving immigrant but a U.S. Permanent Resident you do not need to worry to travel on a roundtrip ticket from the beginning.
You may make any arrangements to travel as you see fit.
But please take notice that if you stay aboard for a period of time exceeding six month that may raise a rebuttable presumption of abandonment of your lawful permanent legal status in the U.S. if you not do have an issued Re-Entry Permit to your card.
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