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Do I still have to remove condition after applying for N400 based on Military?

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Hello friends,

Before I even ask my question I am %99.9 percent about the answer but its always good to get clarifications from other people to be on a safer side.

Okay here is my question, I came to the U.S on K1 and joined the military a few months after I got my GC, so the military currently gave me a packet to file for my citizenship right away and had me do a walk in for my biometrics without an appointment letter upon showing my military ID But what happened was that when I went in to take my biometrics I had to meet with someone at the USCIS office who I believe could be a supervisor and he actually said I could do my biometrics to apply for my Citizenship but then I still had to remove conditions on my GC after 2 years since it was still a conditional card even if am in the military which of course doesn't make sense.... Because am already filing for citizenship so why do I need to remove conditions again when am skipping that aspect because of my service.

In other words am going to gain my citizenship based on military so why do I have to remove conditions again whiles I would probably be a citizen already by then. this absolutely doesn't make no sense when he even said it but I know immigration laws always change so I just don't want to be complacent but rather get clarification.

And of course I consulted the army about that which they said I was wrongly informed by the USCIS officer but I just wanted to hear from my lovely VJ friends as well since you guys have been a lot of help to me previously!

Thank you in advance!

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No, you do not. If you are granted citizenship, you do not need to remove conditions. That no longer applies to you.

A country of Immigrants, that hates new Immigrants... Maybe if education was a right and NOT a luxury, it would be different.

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