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Conditional green card enlisting for Military

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My wife just recieved her conditional green card this month and is planing to join the military . Do I still have to file the removal condition for her OR will the militray take care of it? If they do How long woud it take? will the two year time be waived for her?

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My wife just recieved her conditional green card this month and is planing to join the military . Do I still have to file the removal condition for her OR will the militray take care of it? If they do How long woud it take? will the two year time be waived for her?

Unless she serves on active duty she can't get military sponsored US citizenship and you will definitely have to lift the conditions 90 days before her 2-year GC expires (so mark your calendar right now).


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Unless she serves on active duty she can't get military sponsored US citizenship and you will definitely have to lift the conditions 90 days before her 2-year GC expires (so mark your calendar right now).

She is planning to serve active duty. Will she get expedited citizenship? if so how long would it take?

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I know of a couple of illegals that somehow manage to enlist to save getting deported, but really didn't get the details. Would check with your recruiter on this issue and heard the army is far more liberal than other branches of the service. Not much help, but that is where you go to find out.

Seems to be how hard up they are, during the Iraq war, enlistments were way down, but picked up like crazy when the economy went to hell.

They were hard up when my tour of duty ended and wouldn't let me go. Called it, for the convenience of the government. Seems at time my entire life has been spent for the convenience of the government.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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Hello everybody, my friend, this is my comment. Indeed, I was like your wife, in the same state, I'm not pretty sure, but I think she can go to the U.S. army, but I think she has to have at least 6 or more months before her u.s. green card expires; or else, she has to wait she got the new 10 year permanant green card. I think is possible but she needs at least that time that I mentioned above. Anyway, please consult with the U.S. armny enrolling people where you live at, they might tell you much better information than me; but actually, that is what I know so far. Thanks and bye,

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