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From CR-1 to Citizenship through Military

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Nigeria
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Hello all,

My spouse was initially granted a conditional green card, but later decided to join the military. One of the benefits of the military is a green card holder can become a citizen in just 3 months during basic training. A Letter regarding the need to remove conditions has arrived and requires the need to replay in 90. What should we do? Does military citizen supersede the need to removed conditions of green card? or should we move forward with removing conditions as processing military paperwork takes time as well?

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*~*~*moved from "CR-1 spouse visa process and procedures" to "military immigration-related discussion" as the OP is enquiring about procedures that apply specifically to persons in the military*~*~*


 

 

 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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Hello all,

My spouse was initially granted a conditional green card, but later decided to join the military. One of the benefits of the military is a green card holder can become a citizen in just 3 months during basic training. A Letter regarding the need to remove conditions has arrived and requires the need to replay in 90. What should we do? Does military citizen supersede the need to removed conditions of green card? or should we move forward with removing conditions as processing military paperwork takes time as well?

Here's some info. No you don;t have to file for ROC. Source: https://www.uscis.gov/policymanual/HTML/PolicyManual-Volume12-PartG-Chapter5.html

In general, ​USCIS requires that an applicant for naturalization ​must have an approved petition to remove conditions before an officer adjudicates the naturalization application​. However, certain CPRs may be eligible for naturalization without filing a petition or​having the conditions removed ​if ​applying for naturalization on the basis of​:​

M​arriage to a U.S. citizen employed abroad​;​or​

Q​ualifying military service


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hello all,

My spouse was initially granted a conditional green card, but later decided to join the military. One of the benefits of the military is a green card holder can become a citizen in just 3 months during basic training. A Letter regarding the need to remove conditions has arrived and requires the need to replay in 90. What should we do? Does military citizen supersede the need to removed conditions of green card? or should we move forward with removing conditions as processing military paperwork takes time as well?

3 months has nothing to do with it, it's just at the completion on basic training...each service's training is a different length.

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