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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nepal
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My wife entered US under CR-1 status earlier in Feb this year. She hasn't received her green card yet, but on the visa the expiration date is July 11, 2021. Is that the date when conditional residency expires, and using the 90 day rule we can file 751 on or after April 12th? Or should we wait for physical green card to arrive and that may have a separate conditional residency expiry date?

 

Thank for any help!

 

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Iran
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No, you will need to file a i751 application within 90-days of the 2nd anniversary of the issuance of the conditional green card (The date legal permanent residency started).

You should receive a conditional green card soon, it will have a 2 year expiration date on it, you should file the i751 request to remove conditions for your LPR within 90 days of the expiration date on the CGC you should receive soon.

Things at USCIS are seriously delayed during COVID now days hopefully you will get the green card soon. Check you case with USCIS on the status of your case; sometime green cards get lost in the mail or is sent back to USCIS.

Go to USCIS website to check on your case.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nepal
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2 hours ago, da95826 said:

No, you will need to file a i751 application within 90-days of the 2nd anniversary of the issuance of the conditional green card (The date legal permanent residency started).

You should receive a conditional green card soon, it will have a 2 year expiration date on it, you should file the i751 request to remove conditions for your LPR within 90 days of the expiration date on the CGC you should receive soon.

Things at USCIS are seriously delayed during COVID now days hopefully you will get the green card soon. Check you case with USCIS on the status of your case; sometime green cards get lost in the mail or is sent back to USCIS.

Go to USCIS website to check on your case.

Thanks a lot. Checked the status, card isn't issued yet.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Iran
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After the visa expires you can get a i551 stamp in your passport if you need proof of your LPR status and your conditional green card has not arrived. You would need proof to travel out side of the USA, get a drivers licesnes, or for a new job.

 

USCIS will issues an i551 stamp at your local USCIS field office you make an info pass appointment with USCIS.

 

Hopefully your green card arrives soon.

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