When you travel abroad, make sure to carry your green card and valid passport. The Customs and Border Protection Officer will likely cancel the F-1 visa ("cancelled without prejudice" or "CWOP"). Don't "rip" the visa out of your passport.
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No do not touch it. An officer at the airport will cancel it.
Congratulations on the greencard.
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