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The I-751 Removal of Condition filing provides a Receipt Notice that “extends” a Lawful Permanent Resident Card (aka Green Card) for 24 months from the Expiration of the Green Card. If filed early or late, the 24-month extension “timer” starts on the expiration of the Green Card.
During the 24 months of the extension, the Receipt Notice CAN be used as proof of Lawful Permanent Residence, when accompanied by the Expired Green Card. Just like any Lawful Permanent Resident, Travel abroad with a valid, unexpired foreign passport is permitted for up to 6 months within a 12-month period.
For more information on the I-751 Filing, please check out our other I-751 Blog Posts: https://www.fickeymartinezlaw.com/category/immigration/i-751-removal-of-conditions/
If you would like to contact our office for immigration assistance, please contact Fickey Martinez Law Firm, P.L.L.C. to set up a consultation with our Immigration Attorney.
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