I don't think you could complicate the case by applying for an extension of your greencard. I dont think you could not travel abroad. The question is you want to come back and may or may not be a sworn in US citizen yet. Is there anything that could be cause to detain you and deny you reentry? If you have a valid greencard, I don't see why they could deny you reentry. If there is no valid greencard but you are a sworn in USC because the ceremony took place before you left then you should be allowed reentry. If there is no greencard and no USC yet, you may have a problem but can probably get some way around it. Just make sure you have something to be legal here when you reenter the USA, if that is going to happen.
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