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Davemoody

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  1. Ok what if my wife doesn’t have a green card that is current (which is the reason for the form I-751 in the first place)? Will the application for citizenship be useless? Or can she use something in place of the green card while submitting the form N-400?
  2. Oh ok thanks for that. I have another question please. What type of documentation do we need to submit along with the Form N-400?
  3. I am a U.S citizen by birth. Uscis sent my wife a letter on July 3, 2019 stating that there was no evidence of good faith marriage. This was due to the fact that we didn’t submit any evidence of a good faith marriage when we submitted the form I-751. In the letter, uscis specified the evidence that we had to submit in order for them to continue the process of removing the conditions on my wife’s permanent resident status. We just submitted all the evidence to uscis on August 2, 2019 and uscis said it could take 60 days (from the day they received the evidence) to process. So now that this is going on, can my wife start applying for citizenship or does she have to wait for uscis to finish processing the removal of the conditions on her permanent resident status first?
  4. I have a question about my wife’s form I-751 (petition to remove the conditions of residence). Uscis sent us a letter saying that there was no evidence of good faith marriage. Part of the evidence they want us to provide has to do with producing evidence that my wife and I made estate, health and financial planning arrangements with each other such as a will, trust or durable power of attorney for health or property or both. How do we obtain this kind of information? Or what are they actually asking us to provide?
  5. Yea about that, I think we may have lost that page. The only page we have now is the page I attached initially. If I ask USCIS to give us another copy that has the first page, how long do you think it will take them to mail it to us?
  6. I don't think USCIS gave us a letter that says anything about the 18 month extension. They just sent us a notice of action letter (I-797) which doesn't say anything about the 18 month extension. Attached is the letter that USCIS sent us.
  7. I am a U.S citizen by birth and my wife's green card expired on October of last year and she was told to fill out form I-751 (Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence) 90 days prior to the expiration date in order to renew it. After she filled out form I-751, USCIS mailed her a notice of action letter (I-797). My wife also applied for Maryland Medical Assistance back in August last year and received a Maryland Medicaid insurance card. Her Maryland Medicaid insurance is expiring at the end of March this month and Maryland medicaid said she needs to send a renewed green card to them before she can be allowed to renew her Maryland Medicaid insurance. Since USCIS hasn't sent the renewed green card to my wife yet, what can we tell or show Maryland Medicaid so that they know the green card renewal is still in process?
  8. I’m a U.S citizen by birth and my wife became a conditional resident by marrying me. My wife got her permanent resident card on 10/10/2016. My wife’s permanent resident card expires on 10/10/2018, hence my wife and I filled out the form I-751 and sent it to uscis. Uscis sent the form I-751 back to us saying that my wife needs to sign under petitioner on page 7 and I need to sign under spouse on page 8. Then I realized on the front page of the reject letter that my wife was listed as the petitioner. Is my wife supposed to be the petitioner in this case? I thought that was supposed to be me.
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