While processing greencard from usa can my mom go to outside country
It depends on whether you filed an I-130 and I-485 or only I-130 and whether she has a valid visa. If you only filed an I-130 and she has a valid visa, she may travel and attempt to come back, whether cbp will let her re-enter is an entirely different monster on its own. If you filed I-130 and I-485 and she travels without the approval of an advance parole then her I-485 will be deemed abandoned and she may have the same issues re-entering as I outlined above. Needless to say this she should not undertake international travel without consulting with an immigration attorney and understanding all her risks.
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In fact, even filing for your mother must be done properly as filing immediately after he arrival on a visitor's visa will trigger a dual immigrant purpose and immigration fraud rationales.
Secondly, leaving the United States with an adjustment pending will render that Beneficiary's inadmissibility on a dual immigrant purpose grounds. Is she an Indian national, incidentally?
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It depends on what was filed.
Talk to an immigration attorney via Skype before letting her leave the US.
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