You should be OK. 7 months is a reasonable time, and your intent at the time of getting the GC was to stay, but now family circumstances have changed and so you have to move. it is the intent that counts.
It took me 10 years of blood and sweat to get the GC. Legalizing the illegals is unfair to thousands like me who play by the rules. Everybody has a family to feed and everybody would like to work where the grass is greener. But that is no excuse to break the law.
True, but personally I think that it is just a state of mind and a matter of perception. Agreed that having a GC gives you peace of mind and the freedom to change jobs at will, but I find myself working as hard after the GC as I did before. No one wants a lazy and unproductive employee. I know...
Are you the "HIM"?
It is obvious that the "HIM" is you. You are just scared to ask the question, thinking that USCIS will somehow tract this post back to you and deport you.
It looks like that you will be all right. So now maybe you can sign in under another name and ask the question...
This question does not belong here, but I will appreciate a response anyway.
When someone who originally got married in India gets divorced in the US, does he/she have to file for divorce proceedings again in India, or will the divorce proceedings in the US be acceptable?
In other words...