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Justin Jamandre posted a topic in Removing Conditions on Residency General DiscussionHi everyone, Just wondering if I need to notarize the photocopies of the documents needed. Things like our son's birth certificate, bank statements, tax return, etc.
ATL KIM posted a topic in Removing Conditions on Residency General DiscussionHi. My temporary green card was expired on AUG 2018 and I went to a local USCIS office to get a stamp and got 1 year additional. ( My previous Green card was taken by an officer). A few days later, I got a letter from the USCIS that extends 1year and half of extension of my conditional resident which has to be along with my previous green card. But the issues are, 1. I don't have the previous green card that can have 1year and half extended time( the stamp on my passport will be expired 8 months earlier than the letter approved) 2. I also got a letter from USCIS that requires additional documents which evidence good faith of my marriage. My question is 1. How I can use the allowed 1year and half extended time without a previous green card? 2. Can I get another stamp on my passport if I can't get a permanent resident card within expired date on my stamp which is July 2019.( I just submitted additional documents) Please help
Does anyone know which companies or which kind of organizations actually petition for employees for permanent full time employment? Aka EB3 visa. Anyone has personal experience with this? It seems to me that not many companies out there do it, and it can vary from job title to position to skills etc. My current employer won’t petition for me because my position does not require special skills or abilities. Any insight would be helpful. Thanks
morganjulien posted a topic in Removing Conditions on Residency General DiscussionThank you in advance for reading. My wife and I got married 2 years ago, after being together for almost 4 years, and unfortunately, things have not worked out for us. The separation is mutual as none of us have done any harm to the other, but we realized that we have overall very different life goals/pursuits. I adjusted my status from student to permanent resident through our marriage, which obviously is bona fide. My conditional green card will expire next year, and I have read online that it was sometimes possible to remove the conditional status of the residency if the marriage is proven to be bona fide from the start. Does anyone know how to best prepare for that, or has some experience first-hand? I would really appreciate it any thoughts! Again, thank you for reading!