I have cr1 visa.my husband has my all the documents. My condition green card gonna expire in june. I don't how can i find my uscic receipt number. My husand not ready to give any document he saying i don't have anything. So please help me how can i get my uscic receipt number.
This is an immigration question, not a civil rights question, so I am changing the category to try and get you a meaningful response. USCIS has its own website, but you may want to check with an immigration lawyer about the advisability of using it in your circumstances. Good luck. https://www.uscis.gov/green-card/after-green-card-granted
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You need to file form I-751. You do not need the receipt number only your two year green card and proof that you are still living together. IF not, you must file a waiver. You should speak with an experienced immigration attorney.
I would suggest that you speak with an Immigration Attorney. I am happy to refer you to someone if you would like, otherwise, you can certainly locate some in the Milwaukee area.
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If you have a green card, you should not need any receipt number to file to remove the condition from your resident status.
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