I have my Mexican passport, and I have my permanent residence card that is expired... I was told by an attorney I can travel back to the US with my Mexican passport and expired visa and I90 form, prof of paid and filled out and submitted to immigration. Which I have done...
I am wondering can I travel by air with this 3 documents?
On a direct flight from mexico to Colorado?
Or only enter by car?
Your question relates to immigration but was it posted under the wrong category (which could be the reason no one has responded yet). I would like to assist you, but I am not an expert in immigration law. To further assist you, I am reclassifying it to the immigration category, so that attorneys knowledgeable in that practice area would be more likely to see it and respond. (If this response was helpful, kindly indicate so. Thanks.)
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Perhaps, the most significant question is whether you were outside the U. S. for more than a year, which can trigger an investigation as to whether you abandoned your lawful permanent resident status.
I strongly recommend an appointment or teleconference with a competent and experienced immigration attorney attorney before there are any more complications. Good luck.
This is general information, not legal advice, and does not create an attorney client relationship.
When you attend your biometrics appointment, take your passport. USCIS will give you an I-551 stamp. If you need the stamp earlier, schedule an InfoPass appointment at uscis.gov. This stamp allows you to return to the U.S. from Mexico. I would not recommend travelling with just the I-90 receipt notice. If you fly, you also need to confirm that the airline will allow you on board with the documents you have.
This is general information only and not intended as legal advice. As AVVO makes clear, my answering this question does not create an attorney-client relationship. If you need legal advice, please seek out a qualified immigration lawyer who can guide you based on the facts of your unique situation.
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