Conditional green card

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Country: United States of America
State: California

hi, I need some information. I have applied for green card as my wife is US citizen, hopefully I will get my green card in couple of months. As my marriage duration is less than 2 years so may be I will get conditional green card. I am doing job and Now my employer is going to make an office of the company in Middle East and wants to send me there, may be in next 6 months and he wants me to send there. how can I protect the time frame of my citizenship as I would be out of USA for employment. I need to know that what can be a possibility so that the duration which I will spend in Middle East for my company is consider as continues residency in USA. Is there any way?

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Shorter business trips will often not be a problem--perhaps you could have the first assignments be of a couple months etc.--
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