I would like to know if you can apply for removal of conditions from conditional green card if its two years of marriage or does the person has to wait 90 days prior to expiration to apply for removal of conditions?
When removing conditions from a resident card obtained thru marriage to a U.S. Citizen, the petition must be filed during that 90 day window prior to the expiration of the card. In other words, 90 days from the expiration of the card, not your wedding anniversary date. I hope the above information is helpful.
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Generally you need to file your I-751 1 year and nine months after you were issued your conditional green card.
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Joint petitions must be filed during the 90-day period immediately preceding the two-year anniversary of the CR green card.
You are supposed to apply in the period of 90 days prior to the expiration of your conditional green card. Cannot apply before, UNLESS obtained a divorce and want to apply under the "good faith" and/or other exceptions to the joint filing requirement.
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You must apply within the 90 day period prior to the expiration of the card as explained to you on the paperwork you were given at the time of your interview.
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