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I am applying for lifting of conditions on my green card after 2 years of marriage. My 2year green card expires on March 13, 2019. I just saw on the USCIS site that the average processing time is 16 months.

Does anyone know what happens after my conditional green cards expire in March? Can I still work? Can I travel abroad? Is there something like the advance parole during the waiting time? What is my legal document during the waiting time?

 

Thank you!

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Just now, Nadia Barr said:

Hi!

I am applying for lifting of conditions on my green card after 2 years of marriage. My 2year green card expires on March 13, 2019. I just saw on the USCIS site that the average processing time is 16 months.

Does anyone know what happens after my conditional green cards expire in March? Can I still work? Can I travel abroad? Is there something like the advance parole during the waiting time? What is my legal document during the waiting time?

 

Thank you!

Wrong forum.  There's an entire forum dedicated to this process.  Go there and do some reading.

 

Once you apply you will receive a one year extension that continues your immigration benefits that you enjoy today


YMMV

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4 minutes ago, Nadia Barr said:

Thank you so much!

Can you please, let me know what is the name of that forum?

 

Ummm. Removing conditions

 

https://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/86-removing-conditions-on-residency-general-discussion/


YMMV

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please join this forum! you will see other users experience who are intending to remove conditions on their green card as well! this will give an idea hows other's cases are being processed and how long its going to take for everyone to successfully remover conditions on there green card. 


July 15, 2015: Got Married!

August 06, 2015: File I-130

August 20, 2015: NOA 1

May 20, 2016: NOA 1

May 25, 2016: NOA 1

May 20, 2016: Case Sent to NVC

...................................................................

NVC:

06/06/2016: Case received

06/22/2016: Case and IIN#

06/22/2016: Choice of Agent -DS-261

06/22/2016: AOS Fee Invoiced

06/22/2016AOS Fee Paid

06/22/2016: IV Fee Invoiced

06/22/2016: IV Fee Paid

07/08/2016DS-260 Completed

07/14/2016: Sent AOS & IV Packets

07/18/2016: Scan Date

08/19/2016: Checklist ( i received checklist for missing passport copy)

08/29/2016: Second Scan Date

10/12/2016: Supervisor's review

10/17/2016: Case Complete

11/23/2016: Interview Date (Approved)

 

Removal of Condition 🖤💖🖤

12/10/2018: Documents Mailed to Phoenix Lock box

12/14/2018: Documents Delivered

12/17/2018: Case number Received (Nebraska Service Center)

12/24/2018: NOA Received

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