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Assume the individual is a US permanent resident. Staying outside the US between 6 and 12 months may disrupt the continuity of residence for naturalization. Is there any way to have the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) approve that the individual's stay between 6 and 12 months outside the US doesn't disrupt the continuity of residence for naturalization purpose, before staying over 6 months outside the US?

For example, for stays over 1 year, an Application to Preserve Residence for Naturalization Purposes (Form N-470) can be approved by the USCIS to make sure that the stay outside the US doesn't disrupt the continuity of residence for naturalization purpose.

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