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Removal of Conditions: Key Facts


If you married a U.S. citizen and you were married for less than two years when you obtained your residency in the U.S., then you were issued a conditional residency card for two years. In this case, you will need to apply for permanent residency before the expiration of your conditional residency.

Our attorneys have prepared a fact sheet, a summary of key facts in a case, for the process of applying for Removal of Conditions based off of marriage to a U.S. citizen.

If this situation applies to you, we encourage you to speak with an immigration attorney about the specifics of your case to ensure that your immigration process goes smoothly. The fact pattern provided only provides a guide for what to expect, so be aware that every immigration case is unique.

You can access this fact pattern for Removal of Conditions on your residency, as well as other resources, at our downloadable resources page.