Category: I-751 Removal of Conditions


USCIS: The Return of an Enforcement Agency

USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) underwent a drastic policy shift in July 2018. The sleeping giant has been the foundation of US immigration filings predominately to (1) US Citizen Spouses, Children, and Parents, (2) Lawful Permanent Residents seeking to continue their permanent status or to become a US Citizen, and (3) Employment Entities. However, […]

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What does a USCIS Receipt Number (MSC, LIN, SRC, EAC, WAC, IOE) Mean?

[Leer Publicación en español]   [Ler Post em Português] A USCIS Receipt Number is very similar to tracking a package on Amazon. The Receipt Number, better called a tracking number, allows a recipient to track a filing online, over the phone, or in person at an INFOPASS. Now, let’s dive deeper!!! The Receipt Number can be […]

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How do I Respond to a USCIS Request for Evidence (RFE)?

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may, during their processing of a filing, determine that they need more information, some clarification, or documentation. This process of providing more information to USCIS is called a Request for Additional Evidence or a Request for Initial Evidence, both of which are commonly referred to as an RFE. […]

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How do I file an I-751 waiver? I-751 Waiver for Death, Divorce, or Domestic Violence

Many know of the I-751 Petition to Remove the Conditions placed on a Temporary, Two-year Conditional Green Card as a USCIS filing that must be done by the original spouses for a Marriage-based Green Card Process. Generally, the “joint filing” must be filed within 90 days of the Conditional Green Cards expiration. However, a waiver of the […]

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The I-751 Basics: Removing Conditions Placed Upon A Temporary Green Card

A conditional Green Card generally occurs during Marriage-Based Green Card processing, where a U.S. Citizen spouse petitions for a foreign-national spouse to reside permanently within the United States. The conditions are placed on the Green Card when the marriage between the spouses is less than two years old. The reason for this is because a new […]

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