What should I do?
2 attorney answers
You are absolutely right.
You will place your LPR status and future naturalization in danger by using the passport from the country of persecution. Immediately file for a Re Entry Permit, form I-131. (it may take up to 100 days to process).
The best legal option for you would be filing for US naturalization after four years and one day of your being an LPR with prior asylum status. It appears you may file that N400 next year.
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A reentry permit should suffice for you to be admitted back into the U.S.
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