The Conditional Residence is granted to foreign spouses admitted to the U.S. with an Immigrant visa or via adjustment of status and married with an U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) for less than two years on the date of the green card approval... Read MoreBack to Family Immigration FAQs
What Happens if we are Separated Before Removing the Conditions on My temporary Green Card?
Should the foreign national be separated after initiating the procedure with his or her U.S. citizen spouse, he or she must finalize a divorce prior to a decision being rendered on the case. If the procedure has not yet been initiated with the U.S. citizen spouse, then it is recommended that the divorce be finalized prior to filing the I-751 form... Read MoreBack to Family Immigration FAQs
Which Relatives Can You Petition For?
U.S. Immigration differentiates Immediate Relatives and Other relatives: Immediate Relatives are spouses and children under 21 of a U.S. Citizen as well as parents of U.S. citizens.
For the foreign nationals who fall into this category, immigrant visas are not limited in numbers and are immediately available. Therefore, if the foreign national is present in the U.S., he or she may be eligible to file for adjustment of status concurrently with the relative petition... Read MoreBack to Family Immigration FAQs