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Question about removing the condition from the 2 years GC

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Hi guys,

the package which should be sent will include:

the form I-751

Copy of the GC

Evidence that the marriage is still on

and the FEES

now my Question is, i have red in another website http://www.immigrationdirect.com/greencard/Form-I-751-Remove-Conditions-Residence-Greencard.jsp

that i need FINGERPRINT and 2 Photos???

now i am confused, cuz the immigration website did not mention about the fingerprint and the photos.

any advise plz?

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Hi guys,

the package which should be sent will include:

the form I-751

Copy of the GC

Evidence that the marriage is still on

and the FEES

now my Question is, i have red in another website http://www.immigrationdirect.com/greencard/Form-I-751-Remove-Conditions-Residence-Greencard.jsp

that i need FINGERPRINT and 2 Photos???

any advise plz?

Its some external website not sure how reliable they are, I don't think you need a passport size pictures not the fingerprint cards.

now i am confused, cuz the immigration website did not mention about the fingerprint and the photos.

Edited by Harsh_77

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Perhaps you are speaking about the biometrics where photos and fingerprints are taken?

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yes so what is the biometerics?

is it another step after sending the package or what? i am really having zero knowledge about all these steps :(

Once you send all your information they will schedule a biometrics appointment and they take picture there and fingerprints.

You do not have to send anything ahead of the time as the website you pointing to says.

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Once you send all your information they will schedule a biometrics appointment and they take picture there and fingerprints.

You do not have to send anything ahead of the time as the website you pointing to says.

oh ok, thanks a lot :)

so the package going to be

1- the form (the application)

2- the fees

3- copy of my green card

4- evidences that my marriage is ok

thats it right? am i missing any thing?

then wait and they will make appointment for me todo the fingerprint and photos

i got it right?

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now my Question is, i have red in another website http://www.immigrationdirect.com/greencard/Form-I-751-Remove-Conditions-Residence-Greencard.jsp

that i need FINGERPRINT and 2 Photos???

now i am confused, cuz the immigration website did not mention about the fingerprint and the photos.

any advise plz?

Actually, if you read the instructions on Page 1 for the I-751 very carefully, you will see a requirement for 2 passport photos and fingerprints if you are residing overseas pursuant to military or government orders.

This is in the instructions. It is not from a dodgy web site.

Good Luck.

EDITED to clarify, what you refer to has nothing to do with Biometrics.

Edited by Audy_Rob

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