i have a conditional greencard
Lawful permanent residents can enlist. Discuss this with a recruiter.
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I don't think you can enlist until you remove the condition.
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Good question. And, both of my above-referenced AVVO colleagues are correct. The real truth is in the middle, though; I think.
Not all branches of the military accept those with two-year conditional green cards. The Air Force, as an example, requires at least a 10-year green card for enlistment ,or citizenship (naturalized or regular). However, you can join the Army, Navy or Marine Corps with your conditional green card, and even get fast track citizenship on boot camp graduation (I think). All the best !
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