Our attorneys represented a client who had obtained her green card through her elder son five years earlier. During the five years, client had several trips outside the US, one of which was 364 days. The reason for her multiple and sometimes lengthy trips had been to take care of her younger child who was unable to immigrate to the US with her and was attending school in their home country. At the interview our attorney established that the client did not break her continuous residence despite her trips abroad as she continuously maintained her residence in the US by filing taxes, having assets in the US and her husband remained in the US during most of the time she was abroad. Client’s Naturalization Application was approved and she was scheduled for the oath ceremony shortly thereafter.