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I am a permanent resident for 20 years and moved to Hong Kong to work in 2000. I am married to a US citizen in Hong Kong and have a 1 yr old baby so I cannot move back to the US in the short-term. I go back to US annually for couple of weeks. Recently, the US immigration at airport told me that if I don't move back I will need to surrender green card next time I come back.
1. Should I give up my PR at US consulate vs. surrender it at immigration?
2. Would it be difficult for my husband to apply for me when we decide to move back in 10 yrs? What are the documentation needed? only marriage certificate?
3. What are the tax implication?