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help: Live in Canada, Have a green card

Old Jul 16th 2001, 1:47 pm
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Hello,

I am a Canadian immigrant and work in Canada. I got my Green Card few months ago and
I would like to maintain my green card status. What are the conditions for someone
who is not living in the US to maintain his Green card?

Help is appreciated. Thank you, JS
 
Old Jul 17th 2001, 1:45 am
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There isn't any. Once you have applied for and been granted landed status in Canada, your green card from the US is no longer valid. By accepting residency in another country, you negate your current status in the US.

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