That is a very strong possibility. You should be working with an attorney to see if you can navigate through this.
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Yes, that is a very real possibility. As a permanent resident, you are expected to LIVE the majority of the time in the US.
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Possibly if you have been out of hte uSA for more htan a year at a time or even in some cases more than 6 months at a time and you have not filed annual tax returns. Consult an attorney to determine if you may have abandoned your green card