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Old 03-10-2012, 07:18 PM
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Default Travel to home country as Asylee after getting GC

Dear Friend,

Thanks for your kind input.

I just got GC as asylee. Do you think I can travel to my home country and come back
to the USA without the risk of being deported upon my arrival?
If it is risky for me, I suppose my daughter who is only 12 shouldn't have problem to travel
between the US and my home country?

Appreciate your valuable advice.

God bless you.

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