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Hi!

My permanent resident card will expire on september 9th 2015, would I be in trouble if I pass the lifting conditions petition like a month before it expires?

i heard you need to pass the lifting conditions petition 3 months before, but i still need to save up money...

thanks a lot!


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You just need to file the papers within the 90-day window. So you are still ok. But better do it soon.


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Hint - if you haven't already, make sure your SSN card does NOT have restrictions on it before your GC expires. Now's the time to check on that, not when you're well into ROC period.


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Hi!

My permanent resident card will expire on september 9th 2015, would I be in trouble if I pass the lifting conditions petition like a month before it expires?

i heard you need to pass the lifting conditions petition 3 months before, but i still need to save up money...

thanks a lot!

The 90 day limitation is you cannot file earlier. As long as you file and you application was received by USCIS during the 90 day window you resident status is good for another year. Then you do the patience thing one more time... :-)


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so when i file for a petition to lift my conditions as a permanent resident, it would be good for a year? (i heard it should be good for 10 years?)

thanks a lot guys, i really appreciate all the replies.

When you file to remove conditions and once your application is received by USCIS, they will send you a Notice of receipt which will be good for one year (keep that notice / receipt safe with your green card or passport). It takes them anywhere between 4 months to 12 months to process the application. Once your application is approved, the Green Card you receive will be good for 10 years.


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RFE: 08/13/2012 "Proof of Bona Fide marital relationship". (Took them 7 months, 1 week and 4 days to send an RFE).
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Date of Decision: 06-03-2013

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