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Clarification on who is PETITIONER and who is SPOUSE

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This is almost definitely a stupid/obvious question, but I’m paranoid about making a stupid mistake on the form!

 

 

I (Clare) am the CONDITIONAL RESIDENT. My husband Kyle is the U.S. CITIZEN. We are filing a joint petition for Removal of Conditions on my permanent residence.

 

Regarding form I-751:

 

We are filing jointly, but on form I-751 whenever it refers to the PETITIONER, that is me, right? (i.e. Part 7:  Petitioner’s Statement, contact info etc).

 

And whenever it refers to the SPOUSE that is my husband (U.S. Citizen Kyle). (i.e. Part 8: Spouse’s Statement, contact info etc).

 

Thank in advance for clarification!

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When you file the i-751, you are the PETITIONER and your husband is the SPOUSE.

When you call USCIS to inquire about status or missing forms, etc. you're referred to as the APPLICANT.

 

Confusing, I know.

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