- GaryLv 76 年前最佳解答
For the purpose of this question, all short international trips (for example, trips that less than 30 days) and all domestic trips are excluded.
The answer is yes, despite there is no law restricting you from traveling (in fact, the U.S. Government can't restrict you from traveliing). Such de facto requirement is basically a collateral damage from your immigrant spouse.
After conditional residence, a CR-1/CR-6 immigrant must petition I-751 to remove the condition imposed. The process of I-751 includes an examination of the marriage (again). In that case, the long absence of the U.S. Citizen spouse may indicate to USCIS such marriage may not as legitimate as it seems, which forces USCIS to take additional steps, including case referred to ICE for home visit.
Simply saying - you have to stay because of your spouse.
- RenRenLv 76 年前
2014-06-25 21:49:42 補充：
>> Simply saying - you have to stay because of your spouse.
that sucks... :P