Can I travel after filing my naturalization application?
- The foreign passport has expired or will expire before their return trip to the U.S.
- The Green Card has expired
- The Green Card will expire before their return trip to the U.S.
- The Green Card holder has criminal background/history (even if the case was dismissed, expunged, or if they were given pretrial diversion or deferred adjudication)
- The Green Card holder has a pending criminal case
- The Green Card holder has traveled frequently outside of the U.S.
- The Green Card holder was previously in removal/deportation proceedings
- The foreign national has a name that is similar to a name that is on the Department of Homeland Security’s No Fly List
Additionally, if an applicant is abroad, the applicant may miss important notifications from USCIS, such as the biometrics or the interview notice, since the online USCIS Case Tracker is not always up-to-date.
Although traveling abroad is permissible, it is risky when an applicant is not represented by an attorney. Having an immigration ensures that you will receive all of the important notifications about your case. Additionally, your immigration attorney can provide you with important travel advice and forms, which will help you depart and return to the U.S. without complications.
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