I-751 Removal of Conditions Approved after Divorce and Notice of Intent to Terminate
| |

I-751 Removal of Conditions Approved after Divorce and Notice of Intent to Terminate

If you received your green card through marriage to a US Citizen within the first 2 years of your marriage, you will receive a conditional 2-year green card. At the end of the 2-year green card, you must file USCIS Form I-751 Removal of Conditions to receive a 10-year permanent green card.  Unfortunately, sometimes marriages end in divorce and the foreign national spouse is left to file USCIS Form I-751 on their own merits. With a divorce, the process can get messy. We have helped many individuals obtain a permanent 10-year green card after divorce and even a Notice of Intent to Terminate.

How do I file for “removal of conditions” on my permanent resident status?
| |

How do I file for “removal of conditions” on my permanent resident status?

If you are a conditional permanent resident who obtained status through marriage, you will want to apply to remove the conditions on your permanent resident status; or you risk losing your lawful status.