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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil

We need your help, It’s time for me to apply for the removal of conditions on my green card and we are not sure on how to proceed, Our situation is : my husband and I were separated for 1.5 years and now we are back together and trying to work on our marriage because we love each other and want to stay together and make it work. We have a house and an apartment, my husband works from home at our house and comes over to our apartment after work ( he stays at our house 3 days a week taking care of some things so on those days we are not together) my questions is as we now have 2 addresses which my husband has his work station in our house and he comes over to our apartment after his work day and I stay mostly in our apartment which is closer to my work, but when we did our paperwork at first we used the address of our house only because we didn’t have the apartment. When we were separated I was getting a lot of my mail at my work (deliveries) and the rest of the mail goes to our house. So we need to know how we should file for my removal of conditions? Should it be jointly? If so should we mention our other address? Should we explain this in the paperwork? We need all the help we can get because my timeline to send the papers is less than a month because my GC expires in February .


We deeply appreciate any help with our situation.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Myanmar

File jointly.  Address is where the holder of the conditional green card  lives. 


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If you're not divorced and don't plan to there's no other way than filing jointly. What kind of evidence do you have for a bona-fide marriage? Being separated for 3/4 of the 2 years marriage might get some scrutiny so you really have to put in some work on the evidence and send the good stuff.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
6 hours ago, DStevens said:

So we need to know how we should file for my removal of conditions? Should it be jointly? If so should we mention our other address? Should we explain this in the paperwork?

If you are living together and intend to be a married couple, you will need to file a joint application. 

You will need to document as much commingling of finances as possible, you or your spouse paying bills for each other, filing joint taxes. You should document efforts to repair the marriage and live together as soon as possible.

Provide statements, affidavits that you and your spouse are married and are working on being together in a marital union.

K1 Visa Arrived USA July 2017

Married August 2017

AOS Approved July 2018


Filed for i751 joint application May 2020

Fingerprints reused October 2020, and February 2021 and June 2021 (Yes 3 fingerprint notices)

Case move to National Benefits Center December 2020 for quicker processing from California Service Center

Oct 2021 out of processing time inquiry made, response May 5th 2022 that our i751 case will be addressed at our n400 interview

Combo interview May 16th 2022, in Sacramento

Approved June 08, 2022


Filed for Naturalization May 2021

Fingerprints reused May 2021

Combo interview May 16th 2022, in Sacramento, 

Approved June 08, 2022

Oath Ceremony completed June 29th 2022


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