Hi! I applied for the I-90 form for my son last March because till now my son still havent received his greencard.He arrived here last June 11,2015.After waiting endlessly,I decided to apply for the I-90 instead.I have just called the uscis and the agent said the average process duration is 7.5months.However, my concern is that,my husband and I are planning to travel outside the US on July with our son.Could he travel with us w/o a greencard? What should I do? Thanks in advance!
Immediately schedule an INFOPASS inquiry appointment at your local USCIS district office, bring proof of the I-90 having been filed, as well as proof of impending date certain travel and ask for an I-551 temporary green card stamp. Will be approved.
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You can travel with the I551 stamp in your passport.
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Schedule an INFOPASS to get a valid stamp for international travel. Contact a US immigration attorney for assistance.
You should visit the local USCIS office and present the FORM I-90 receipt and request the I-551 stamp which will allow your son to travel abroad and return to the U.S. Good luck to you.
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