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The advice above was good to a point. If the amounts are substantial you should get advice in country you are going to. It is very possible, in fact probable, that the country you are going to has different treatment of retirement plans. I'm not sure whether permanent resident status in the US changes your tax status to the same as a citizen or whether you'll still be subject to the tax laws of your native country.
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