I Had a Conditional Green Card but I Divorced and Remarried

Posted on January 27, 2020 by Kathryn N. Karam

 

Marriages don’t always work out – we all know that. It’s hard enough sorting out your differences in the process of divorce. If you add immigration issues on top of marriage issues, things can get even more complicated. The good news is if you get divorced when you’re under a conditional green card and then remarry, there’s a recent development that may make life a little easier.

Filing an I-751 to Remove Conditions on my Green Card

Posted on November 13, 2019 by Nina Marie Amadi

If you're thinking about filing an I-751 to remove Conditions on my green card, this article may have some helpful information. You might be asking yourself, what is a conditional green card?  Any non-citizen who marries a United States Citizen and files for adjustment within the first two years of marriage what is called a conditional green card that will expire in two years. Prior to expiration of the green card you would need to file removal of conditions known as an I-751.

Conditional Green Card and Divorce?

Posted on October 19, 2016 by Natalie Roberts

Conditional Green Card and Divorce: this is a subject immigration attorneys often hear about. There is much more information about the green card process than we can cover in one blog post, since there are so many scenarios that can arise when a marriage ends and immigration issues are involved. If you’re applying for a green card  or you have a conditional green card and you're getting a divorce, this is what you need to know.

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