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I-751

 

Our immigration lawyers are ready to assit you with your  I-751 removal of conditional residency case

Did you know that when a spouse seeking permanent residency is married to their sponsoring spouse (either a U.S. citizen or green card holder) for less than 2 years at the time their green card is approved, the green card actually grants them “conditional” permanent resident status? This unique status is valid for a period of two years.

Just before your two-year green card reaches its expiration date, you’ll need to take action as a conditional permanent resident. It’s time to “remove the conditions” and secure a ten-year green card for a continued lawful stay in the United States. Wondering how? Well, you’ll have to go through the process of filing Form I-751 and presenting new evidence showcasing the authenticity of your marriage.

Now, if you happen to be a conditional permanent resident getting close to your two-year anniversary as a green card holder, here’s a heads-up: don’t make any mistakes when filling out Form I-751 or gathering your supporting documents. Leave no questions unanswered on the form, ensure both you and your sponsoring spouse sign it (if filing together), and gather every piece of evidence that matters. 


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I-751 process

  • You need to submit it within 90 days before your two-year green card expires. 

    Now, if you are filing this petition individually, things get a bit more flexible. You can file it anytime that suits you.

    But wait! If you’re a conditional permanent resident nearing your 2-year anniversary as a green card holder, listen up! Pay extra attention to completing your Form, I-751, and gathering your supporting documents. Leave no questions unanswered on the form, make sure both you and your sponsoring spouse sign it (if filing jointly), and include every piece of evidence that matters. Don’t leave anything out!

Start the I-751 removal of conditional residency case today.

 

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