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I-751 issues while living abroad

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I am about to file my I-751 form to remove conditions of residence however since may of 2007 I have been living in Kenya with my wife who works for the UN. We've made sure that we both return to the states regularly and have never been away for more than a year at a time. I am in fact returning to the states to file my form as my current card expires in October. My question is do i need to submit photo's and fingerprints as specified in the I-751 instructions. My wife is neither with the US military of Government but does for for the UN. Is this considered a US government job. The I-751 I'm filing will have a Kenyan address. Will immigration not find this a little weird? Neither of us plan to return to the states to live anytime soon but at some point we may, so clearly I want the conditions to be removed. Has anyone else faced the same dilema or can anyone assist me on this matter?

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