Immigration fees may seem expensive at the time of filing. But, think about the benefit you derive (hopefully). Isn't it worth the expense in the long run?
NO, you cannot appeal the conditional nature of your residence. But, generally, here is what you can do:
90 days before your 2nd anniversary as a conditional resident, if you are still married to the same U.S. citizen or resident, then file Form I-751 (and pay the fee).Ask a similar question
Sorry ... this isn't a game of horseshoes (in which close is good enough).
14 days less than 2 years is LESS THAN 2 YEARS.
File the forms and you'll get a 10 year card, not a 5 year one.
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Unfortunately you cannot "appeal" the issuance of your conditional LPR card. USCIS based their decision as to your status at the time of your application filing, not when they issued the card. You should file to remove the condition, as the benefits certainly outweigh the cost of filing.
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