I received conditional residence (by I-130/I-485) in August 2011. After that my spouse filed I-130 for my child. The child received his conditional residence (by I-485) in December 2011 (that is more than 90 days after me). Now I am planning to file I-751 in May 2013. As I understand my child cannot be included in my I-751. He must file I-751 in September 2013. Correct?
90 days prior to that child's second anniversary of the entry into the USA on CR1 visa or AOS. TO find the date, refer to your child's conditional resident card. The date is on the front of it. Count one year and 9 month and that will be the first day of the 90 day period within which the form needs to be filed.
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Attorney Segal is correct. Your immigration lawyer should have sent you a letter explaining this.
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I agree with my colleagues - 90 days before the child's two year anniversary. Make sure not to file late.
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