Or the person got a conditional green card
and when they filed a joint petition to remove conditions two years later, the couple was already separated or divorced, and they did not advise USCIS.
citizen, allowing mother to obtain a two-year conditional green card
based on their marriage.
Farook applied for permanent green card for Malik at the end of September 2014, within the 90-day limit, and she was granted a conditional green card
in July 2015, a federal official told the New York Times.
He said the first step is to gather documents for filing of I-526 (a two-year conditional green card
Once these are approved, the client receives a conditional Green Card
. The next step is to file for the I-829 application after two years to remove the conditions by demonstrating the creation of the 10 new jobs.
But in high unemployment areas, and in rural areas--which includes most of New Hampshire--foreign investors can invest $500,000 in an approved EB-5 project and, in return, get a conditional green card
EB-5 visa holders, their spouses, and their unmarried children under 21 years of age receive a conditional green card
. They may live, work, and go to school anywhere in the United States.
enterprise that creates 10 or more jobs is given a conditional green card
. If the enterprise is still going two years later, the green card becomes permanent; if not, the investor is deportable.
USCIS could waive marital interviews on petitions to remove conditions (Form I-751) !-- -- Starting on December 10, 2018, the USCIS could waive (or not require) an interview for a married couple seeking to remove conditions on a conditional green card
. Generally, when a US citizen petitions a spouse for a green card, and the spouse receives their green card within two years of the date of marriage, they are given a two-year "conditional" green card.
House of Representatives of the American Dream and Promise Act of 2019, a measure to offer conditional green cards
and extend work authorizations to individuals who are in the United States under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Deferred Action for Children Arrivals (Dreamers) programs.