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When to File Removing of Conditions (I-751)

Most immigrants with a conditional green card knows that they need to file the I-751 to remove the conditions on their green card. However, there is often confusions as to when to file the forms. The official language of the USCIS states that the form should be filed “during the 90 days before the second anniversary of the date you obtained conditional resident status.” In plain language this means that you should file the I-751 form along with the evidence supporting your petition in the 90 days window before the expiration of your conditional status.

This window of time is important because:
(1) if you file before this window of time, your application will be returned.
(2) if you forgot to file and your conditional green card expires, you may be subject to removal proceeding.

  1. May 12, 2012 at 2:57 pm

    Can you help me with the process involved in removing condition on permanent residence card if in case I failed to removed it, within 2 years.

    • May 16, 2012 at 12:41 pm

      To determine whether I can help you with your specific case, please contact me at marco@sonkeum.com with detailed information about your situation.

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