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My friend has been married for less than two years and she got a 10 years green card with no condition on it. When she got the visa her marriage was 14 months old and when she entered the us it was 17 months old. So they aren’t informing the uscis cuz they think that the uscis can’t make such mistake and even if they did, they will contact them on their own. 

This means that she is not going to apply for getting her condition removed before two years. So what happens if he doesn’t? 

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USCIS makes green card mistakes all of the time. There were many printed in mass last year with the wrong expiration date, some people have recently had the wrong gender printed.

 

USCIS only makes statements on mistakes if they made the same mistake on THOUSANDS of cards. One mistake on one card, it’s up to the owner of the card to check for errors and return it if there are.

 

either way in the system it most likely has it under a 2 year green card which means if they don’t remove conditions then they will eventually be put into deportation proceedings.

 

Tell them to not play fast and loose, immigration doesn’t care if they get deported, USCIS believes it’s up to them to take accountability in their own immigration process either by knowing how to do it theirselves or by hiring a lawyer.

 

at the end of the day they know they got the wrong GC, they need to understand in the computer system it should show a 2 year green card issuance since it was a CR-1 visa.

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1 minute ago, Ash. said:

USCIS makes green card mistakes all of the time. There were many printed in mass last year with the wrong expiration date, some people have recently had the wrong gender printed.

 

USCIS only makes statements on mistakes if they made the same mistake on THOUSANDS of cards. One mistake on one card, it’s up to the owner of the card to check for errors and return it if there are.

 

either way in the system it most likely has it under a 2 year green card which means if they don’t remove conditions then they will eventually be put into deportation proceedings.

 

Tell them to not play fast and loose, immigration doesn’t care if they get deported, USCIS believes it’s up to them to take accountability in their own immigration process either by knowing how to do it theirselves or by hiring a lawyer.

 

at the end of the day they know they got the wrong GC, they need to understand in the computer system it should show a 2 year green card issuance since it was a CR-1 visa.

That’s what I told her but her husband and lawyer believe that they deserved a 10 years gc, so let’s see! 

Idk why do people think that the uscis will overlook these mistakes and won’t investigate eventually 😕

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1 minute ago, Ash. said:

 

at the end of the day they know they got the wrong GC, they need to understand in the computer system it should show a 2 year green card issuance since it was a CR-1 visa.

CR1 Visa can result in IR status if the marriage is older than two years at entry,  so CR1 Visa isn't the determining factor 


YMMV

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1 minute ago, myVisaJourney said:

That’s what I told her but her husband and lawyer believe that they deserved a 10 years gc,  

On what basis do the feel so deserved?


YMMV

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Just now, payxibka said:

On what basis do the feel so deserved?

She said that her documents were clear and her case was simple so they gave her a card without any condition. Besides, as it has been 1.7 years so almost 2 years

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Just now, myVisaJourney said:

Her marriage was 1.7 years old at entry as I mentioned in the post. 

Yes,  but it was the age of the marriage NOT because it was a CR1 Visa as the Visa type is not relevant 


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8 minutes ago, Ash. said:

USCIS makes green card mistakes all of the time. There were many printed in mass last year with the wrong expiration date, some people have recently had the wrong gender printed.

 

USCIS only makes statements on mistakes if they made the same mistake on THOUSANDS of cards. One mistake on one card, it’s up to the owner of the card to check for errors and return it if there are.

 

either way in the system it most likely has it under a 2 year green card which means if they don’t remove conditions then they will eventually be put into deportation proceedings.

 

Tell them to not play fast and loose, immigration doesn’t care if they get deported, USCIS believes it’s up to them to take accountability in their own immigration process either by knowing how to do it theirselves or by hiring a lawyer.

 

at the end of the day they know they got the wrong GC, they need to understand in the computer system it should show a 2 year green card issuance since it was a CR-1 visa.

correct!

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2 minutes ago, myVisaJourney said:

Age of her marriage was 1.7 years at entry

Yes.  Nobody is disputing that fact,  why do you feel compelled to keep mentioning? 

Edited by payxibka

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31 minutes ago, myVisaJourney said:

That’s what I told her but her husband and lawyer believe that they deserved a 10 years gc, so let’s see! 

Idk why do people think that the uscis will overlook these mistakes and won’t investigate eventually 😕

Nothing you can do if the husband and lawyer think they are right.   When she applies for citizenship her gc may be revoked and she will be subject to deportation.

 

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