Do I need to file to remove the conditions on my green card?

In this video we are going to answer the question “do I need to remove the conditions on my green card?” If your green card was granted within two years of your marriage you will get a conditional resident green…

Do I need to file to remove the conditions on my green card?

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In this video we are going to answer the question “do I need to remove the conditions on my green card?”

If your green card was granted within two years of your marriage you will get a conditional resident green card.

If you were outside the United States this two-year period was measured from the date of your marriage to the day that you were admitted as a legal permanent resident.

If you filed an adjustment of status inside the United States this two-year period was measured from the date of your marriage to the day that you were accorded legal permanent resident status.

As a conditional permanent resident you must file a joint petition with your spouse within 90 days of the expiration of your conditional green card status. If you are filing for a waiver alone then you may file before, during, or after the 90-day window.

A failure to file a joint petition or waiver within the 90 day window shall result in automatic termination of your residency status. In other words, if you fail to file then your conditional residency will be terminated by law.

In some instances, USCIS can waive an untimely filing for “good cause and extenuating circumstances.”

If you are a conditional resident and want some guidance on your case then please call our office to schedule a consultation.

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