I'm married to a U.S.C. and got my conditional green card.
Which date USCIS going to consider for future immigration benefits-
1. Date of marriage on Marriage certificate.
2.Date of sending the initial green card application.
3.Date mentioned on conditional green card.
I'm asking about date because i want to know which date is important from where i can start counting completion of 3 years in order to apply for citizenship?
Date on the CG for the purpose you have in mind
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The date on your green card.
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The issue date that is on your permanent resident card is the date you use to count three years.
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The date on your greencard after "Resident since"
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