If your travel is less than six months you should have no issues. If your travel is for six months or more you should obtain a reentry permit before departure.Ask a similar question
Keep in mind that, if you leave for more than 6 months, unless you qualify for an N-407, you will lose all the time you have built-up to become a US citizen.
If you don't care about becoming a US citizen, and if you're not abandoning your US residence, you can file for a Re-entry permit.
Meet with a lawyer to make sure your departure won't have horrible long-range impact on your future in the US.
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