Four reasons why you can be deprived of a green card
If you received a green card, this does not mean that it is a priori reserved for you. In some cases US Citizenship and Immigration Services may revoke your right to be a permanent resident of America.
ForumDaily recalls four main reasons why you may lose the right to live and work in the United States permanently:
1. You moved to another country for permanent residence.
2. You live outside the United States for a long time. An exception in this case may be the situation if you initially planned that such a long absence would be temporary (for example, because of the trip) and received permission to re-enter the country in the Citizenship and Immigration Service before leaving.
3. You cannot file a tax return while living outside the United States.
4. You have identified yourself as “nonimmigrant” on your tax return.
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