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  1. Minivita, The rule that the INS employs for Permanent Residents who have not been convicted of any felony indicates that international travel by a Permanent Resident (PR) of the United States is permissible. International travel by any PR does not impute any intention by that same PR to surrender "Permanent Resident" status in the United States simply as a result of the international travel of that PR unless one or several factors are also and simultaneously evident at the time inter...

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      Minivita,

      The rule that the INS employs for Permanent Residents who have not been convicted of any felony indicates that international travel by a Permanent Resident (PR) of the United States is permissible. International travel by any PR does not impute any intention by that same PR to surrender "Permanent Resident" status in the United States simply as a result of the international travel of that PR unless one or several factors are also and simultaneously evident at the...

  2. My boyfriend is a Permanent Resident from Jamacia and was convicted of felony theft in 2007 and completed 5 years probation. He never had any issues with immigration until we came back from a cruise this year. He was selected for a "random immigration screeing" where they took his green card, issued him a temporary one and gave him an appointment at INS. They said that INS would either give him back his green card or parole him again. What does this mean? Is it likely that he will be deported because it is an aggrivated felony? His entire family is in America and all US Citizens. He also has a young daughter that is a US Citizen. His mother also became a US Citizen before he was 18, does that change anything?