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I filed I-797 late 1 1/2  year later, today I received Notice type: Receipt Notice, stating "your conditional resident status is extended for 18 months from the Expiration date on your Form I-551.

Then in Parenthesis it has (This extension and authorization for employment and travel "DOES NOT APPLY TO YOU IF YOUR CONDITIONAL RESIDENT STATUS HAS BEEN TERMINATED".

I did receive "Termination of Conditional Resident Status" letter because I did not file the papers on time because me and my wife were having problems.

Any idea what happens now?

I did submit the papers already to Remove Conditions on Residence that's why I received this notice.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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On 12/11/2019 at 8:18 PM, mgonzalez8988 said:

I filed I-797 late 1 1/2  year later, today I received Notice type: Receipt Notice, stating "your conditional resident status is extended for 18 months from the Expiration date on your Form I-551.

Then in Parenthesis it has (This extension and authorization for employment and travel "DOES NOT APPLY TO YOU IF YOUR CONDITIONAL RESIDENT STATUS HAS BEEN TERMINATED".

I did receive "Termination of Conditional Resident Status" letter because I did not file the papers on time because me and my wife were having problems.

Any idea what happens now?

I did submit the papers already to Remove Conditions on Residence that's why I received this notice.

Welcome to the forum.

 

OK, trying to make sense of your initial posting, it is quite confusing.  

 

You were 1.5 years late in filing Form I-751 Removal of Conditions (ROC) ?

 

When did your 2-year Conditiional Green Card expire?

 

After filing Form I-751, you recently received Form I-797 NOA1 - receipt/extension notice?

 

Subsequently, you also received a notice of "Termination of Conditional Resident Status" due to your failure to file your Form I-751 in a timely manner?

 

You had a 90-day window to file to petition for ROC, since it appears that you failed to do that, USCIS likely terminated your conditional permanent resident status and will likely place you in removal proceedings. If that sequence of events sounds close to accurate, it might be wise for  you to consider retaining the services of a competent immigration attorney, like yesterday!  

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