I had a conditional green card through marriage. It expired on Jan 2018. I applied for renewal and got an automatic 1 year extension. recently I got another letter stating my green card has been extended another 6 months ( so until July 2019) because they are very busy and haven't processed my application yet. I am planning to go to Bangladesh in March for couple weeks to see my parents. My question is would I have any problem coming back or am I being paranoid in Trump's America? I m still happily married but I will be traveling alone.
Thank you for time.
You should be safe to travel. When you travel you need to carry with you your passport, your expired green card and both letters from the USCIS showing that the removal of your conditional status is in process.
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If you either have an extension letter or I 551 stamp in your passport, you can travel.
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No you should be okay to travel with an extension letter or I551 stamp in your passport.
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