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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Hello, my husband has a 2 year green card. We have to renew it soon to a 10 year green card. Does that mean we are “removing conditions “? Can someone help guide me to what section/ papers I need! TIA!!

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Yes.  Do not fie sooner than 90 days prior to the expiration date on his card.

 

 

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Iran
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You must file an I751 form within 90 days of the conditional green card expiration date. You can not file early or late (after green card expires). 

 

Along with the i751 form you must submit proof of a bonified marriage between you (the spouse) and the green card holder (the petitioner).

 

IRS Tax transcripts for each year of your marriage (Tax returns) [go to IRS web page to download IRS tax transcripts]

Joint bank account statements during the whole marriage showing co mingling of money (credit cars, checking, savings).  

Joint Bills sent to your home address

Joint Mortgage or Joint lease or a letter from a landlord that indicates you and your spouse live together

Driver's Incenses or state ID with common home address for each of you

Photos you the two of you on vacation, family events, going out, with family members

Travel receipts or tickets of travel together  

Joint insurance (car, health, life)

Children birth records

W2 or 1099s documents sent to you both through out marriage

and more if you have it.

 

Go to the USCIS web site and download the i751 form itself and the instructions. Follow the instructions carefully fill out the i751 PDF on your computer. 

 

You need to prove you and your spouse live together and share finances throughout the marriage. 

 

Good luck to you

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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1 hour ago, da95826 said:

You must file an I751 form within 90 days of the conditional green card expiration date. You can not file early or late (after green card expires). 

 

Along with the i751 form you must submit proof of a bonified marriage between you (the spouse) and the green card holder (the petitioner).

 

IRS Tax transcripts for each year of your marriage (Tax returns) [go to IRS web page to download IRS tax transcripts]

Joint bank account statements during the whole marriage showing co mingling of money (credit cars, checking, savings).  

Joint Bills sent to your home address

Joint Mortgage or Joint lease or a letter from a landlord that indicates you and your spouse live together

Driver's Incenses or state ID with common home address for each of you

Photos you the two of you on vacation, family events, going out, with family members

Travel receipts or tickets of travel together  

Joint insurance (car, health, life)

Children birth records

W2 or 1099s documents sent to you both through out marriage

and more if you have it.

 

Go to the USCIS web site and download the i751 form itself and the instructions. Follow the instructions carefully fill out the i751 PDF on your computer. 

 

You need to prove you and your spouse live together and share finances throughout the marriage. 

 

Good luck to you

Thank you for All the info. We don’t have anything joint except for our phone bill. We have to keep everything separate because I’m on disability and Social security with give me a hard time. Would this be a problem?

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Iran
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You will need to show that you and your spouse live together and you support one another financially. It does not matter how much money you make just the funds you do have are shared in the marriage.

 

If you don't have any joint accounts, if you keep your finances separated on purpose it will be much harder to show financial co-mingling of funds which USCIS has as a standard of a bonified marriage along with cohabitation. 

 

You may need to present as many records as possible that shows your spouse supports you and you support your spouse. The easiest way is to have joint bank accounts, joint tax returns and joint bills. If you don't have that you will need to provide other proof.

 

Affidavit from  family and friends that can attest that you live together as a married couple. 

 

Provide any deposit receipts of income deposited in to an account used to pay bills.

Receipts of each of you paying bills for your home, buying food for family,  any receipts for other expenses payed that supports the family would be better than nothing. Show evidence that covers the whole period of the marriage as much as possible.

 

If you have time, you can file updated tax returns to married file jointly each year of marriage, you can open joint accounts, 

 

You can still find away to to get ROC approved but there is no one piece of evidence required but overall the evidence you submit will need to prove you live together and share finances with your spouse.   

 

 

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