File an I-90 and make an InfoPass appointment to have USCIS stamp your passport.
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Go ahead and file the I-90. Take evidence with you to an info pass appointment and get your passport stamped there, explaining that you have an emergency trip coming up with proof of the emergency if possible.
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After you file an I-90, you should receive a receipt notice. Carry that with you as well as your stamped passport to help avoid secondary inspection on your way back into the country. You can receive the stamp in your passport by scheduling an infopass appointment with your local USCIS office.
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You should file the I-90. Keep a copy for your records and bring this information to an infopass appointment.
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