No stamp of entry

#23
Only to the person involved. You can’t expect a US immigration site to be providing exit information for a couple of hundred other countries, too.
I do not have any strong expectations here. don't provide info if you don't have it. if you have it, good enough. thanks
 

SusieQQQ

Well-Known Member
#24
tax returns - yes. what else you suggest for ties? I am paying a storage rental too. My lawyers says ties proof won't be needed if you have re-entry permit as that's what it is for i.e to maintain intent to be lawful PR. yes, you have 4 months to do biometric and you can do it on subsequent trip. its not about being asc busy or not busy. it's applicant choice. I am sure there is another document for this clarification on uscis site. My lawyer has confirmed that I can do it on next trip within 4 months.
So... the official USCIS publication I showed you is wrong? Interesting.

Also, you do not have a re-entry permit. Your old one expired and you are entering the country without a new one, with a 4-month hiatus between application and the biometrics you were supposed to stay in the country for. So you might say “that is what the re-entry permit is for” (though that would be simplistic), but you don’t have one.
 
#25
So... the official USCIS publication I showed you is wrong? Interesting.

Also, you do not have a re-entry permit. Your old one expired and you are entering the country without a new one, with a 4-month hiatus between application and the biometrics you were supposed to stay in the country for. So you might say “that is what the re-entry permit is for” (though that would be simplistic), but you don’t have one.
it's not wrong. there is more to it. you can do a small search and get clarification if you are not sure about what me and my lawyer has said. just for peace. and what i said is pretty common for re-entry permits.
 

SusieQQQ

Well-Known Member
#26
it's not wrong. there is more to it. you can do a small search and get clarification if you are not sure about what me and my lawyer has said. just for peace. and what i said is pretty common for re-entry permits.
Uh-huh. Let us know when you’re back in again. Seems pretty clear you’re trying to game the system.
 
#27
Uh-huh. Let us know when you’re back in again. Seems pretty clear you’re trying to game the system.
I am not. you are deluded and don't have much knowledge about this and neither want to look up. thanks for all inputs though. In every public forum. I find some people who stick to their guns and do not want to hear what professionals say or look up online on other point of views.
 

1AurCitizen

Registered Users (C)
#29
I am not. you are deluded and don't have much knowledge about this and neither want to look up. thanks for all inputs though. In every public forum. I find some people who stick to their guns and do not want to hear what professionals say or look up online on other point of views.
I would suggest not getting into personal attacks here.
Perhaps time to ask the Mods to lock up this thread as contributors have had their say.
 
#30
[QUOTE="1AurCitizen, post: 2489471, member: 147107"]That seems obvious.[/QUOTE]
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ou belong to the party. there is always more than one
 
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whitemimauz3

Registered Users (C)
#31
Sal
USCBP normally stamps all green card holder at time of entry. If they forgot you can drive down to LAX airport show your flight ticket itinerary & show them exit stamp form New Delhi to confirm your entry into US.
 
#32
Sal
USCBP normally stamps all green card holder at time of entry. If they forgot you can drive down to LAX airport show your flight ticket itinerary & show them exit stamp form New Delhi to confirm your entry into US.
this is what I am planning from next time as it's good thing for me.
 
#33
Hi Sal,

I think this is one of those situations where you have to prepare and hope for the best. At Islamabad airport, I once witnessed a family with GCs being informed that they could not board the plane to the US because they need to get a fresh visa/permission from the US embassy as their GCs were no longer valid. The officials determined this based on the last entry stamp on their passports which was over a year old and no exit stamp(s) afterwards, if I understood correctly as I was a bystander listening. I am not sure of the final outcome of this incident and also not sure what mechanism the officials really use (I have a feeling they had other mechanisms in addition to looking a the entry/exit stamps in passport).

Anyhow, best of luck in your endeavour(s).


-Kabir.
 
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