I-751, Removal of Conditions

When an individual is granted lawful permanent residency based on a marriage to a U.S. Citizen or lawful permanent resident, in which the marriage was less than two year old on the day they were granted their permanent resident status, the beneficiary is given a conditional resident status.

 

90 days prior to the two-year anniversary of your conditional residency, one must apply to remove the condition on their permanent residency. Once this condition is removed their status will be changed to that of a lawful permanent resident. However, it is very important that one properly files to have the condition removed on their resident status during the allotted time.

 

Individuals are eligible to remove the condition on their residency if they are still married to the same U.S. citizen or permanent resident after the two year period, if they are widowed and entered into their marriage in good faith, entered a marriage in good faith that has now ended in divorce or annulment, or they entered into a marriage in good faith but either the applicant or their child were the subject of a battery or abuse by their U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident spouse.

 

Due to the time-sensitive nature of the removal of a condition,  it is highly recommended that you contact an immigration attorney to ensure you properly file to remove the condition within the allotted time. If you believe that you are eligible to apply to remove your condition on your permanent residency, we strongly urge you to contact Chammas Jurado today in order to begin your process.

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I have to say, Chammas Jurado provided excellent service! I was interested in helping my mother become a U.S. citizen, with Carlos’ experience I felt as if I was getting the best help possible. Carlos made sure to take a moment and simply talk to my mother to get to know her. He clearly stated the process she would have to go through and provided her with a sense of confidence. I’m proud to say my mother is now a U.S. citizen because of the amazing work ethic at Chammas Jurado. I would definitely recommend this place if you’re in need of immigration attorneys!

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