i got married in april 2011 sent all the paperwork in July 2011.my green card was granted in august 2012 for two years which means that the expiration date is august 2014.i would like to know if i am eligible to apply for citizenship in 2014 because my marriage is going to be 3 years at that time.
if still married to the USC through whom you obtained GC, you are entitled to apply for naturalization 2 years and 9 months from the issuance date found on your green card.
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Assuming your spouse is a US citizen, three years after your green card was granted.
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August 2012 is the beginning of your residence ...you don't get credit for the government processing delays ...sorry.
You're eligible to apply for citizenship around May 2015.
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You can apply for us citizenship 2 years 9 months after the effective date on your permanent resident card (even conditional). Whether you should is a different question and will depend on what's happening with your removal of conditions application.
You should consult with an attorney closer to your eligibility date.
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No, in may 2015 or so when it is 2 years and 9 months from the day you became a permanent resident.
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