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LIVING SEPARATELY DURING CONDITIONAL GREEN CARD

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I received my green card (From K1 visa) in March and I got admitted into a graduate school 5 hours away (driving) from where we are living now. We tried to find a job for him in the new city but seems impossible for him to move with me. We might have to move separately for 1 year which is the duration of the masters program. Of course we would visit each other every two weeks but we won't be living together that year. 

Is it going to be an issue for our removal of conditions process? Will we get in trouble with USCIS for doing this? Our priority is being together and not risking anything for ROC but we also don't want to stop each other from succeeding in our professional careers. 

 

Thanks!


K1 VISA

02/19/2018: Mailed I-129F from Lexington, KY

02/22/2018: I-129F Received 

02/26/2018: NOA1 Received

03/05/2018: NOA1 Hard Copy

09/05/2018: NOA2 Received  (191 days after NOA1)

09/24/2018: NVC received

09/24/2018: NVC Case Number assigned

10/02/2018: NVC left

10/03/2018: Consulate ready

10/12/2018: Package 3 Received

11/13/2018: Interview (APPROVED)

11/19/2018: Received visa

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MOVED TO THE USA 

11/25/2018: Port of Entry (ATL) with K1 Visa

12/09/2018: Wedding

12/17/2018: Social Security Card Received

 

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS 

12/14/2018: Mailed I-485, I-876 and I-131

12/21/2018: I-485, I-876 and I-131 NOA1 received

1/15/2019: Biometrics in Cincinnati, OH 

3/1/2019: AOS Interview in Louisville, KY  (APPROVED)  Green Card approved before EAD and AP  (70 DAYS SINCE FILING DATE)

3/1/2019: New Card is being produced 

3/8/2019: Green Card received 

 

 

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