Hi, may I ask you a question? I am a canadian citizen, and was studying in canada from 2006 to 2012, with my USA green card. then I got a job because of the connections i had made here. I would really like to return to the USA, to my family and friends, especially because one of my parents is very ill. I still have a drivers license, bank accounts, and my parents home there, and I am applying to jobs there. I return to the USA every 4 months or so, for 3-10 days at a time. I have every intention to return to the USA and stay permanently. My parents and siblings are all USA citizens. I have tried to contact the US consulate but they have no yet answered, and I am wondering what I should do? Should I apply for an SB-1 visa? Is my situation hopeless? If my card is revoked, can my parents/relatives aid me in renewing/getting another one?
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