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Tag: I-751

  • Featured Client of the Month: Farina Barth

    We are so thrilled that our client, Farina Barth, became a United States citizen in August 2022. We worked with Farina throughout her immigration process, starting with her marriage based green card application, then her I-751 Removal of Conditions Application, and finally with her naturalization application!  In 2014, Farina met her future husband, Charlie Barth, […]
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  • USCIS Will Be Implementing a Risk-Based Approach to Conditional Permanent Resident Interviews

    On April 7th, 2022, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a new policy that will allow the agency to adopt a risk-based approach when agents waive interviews for conditional permanent residents (CPR) who have filed a petition to remove the conditions on their residency status.  Beginning immediately, these new criteria will allow USCIS to […]
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  • Client Approval: I-751 + N-400 for Spouse of U.S. Citizen

    Watch Erica Chiodo’s client success story looking for assistence responding to a request for evidence for a pending I-751. Check out these related stories on the Berardi blog: Citizenship Through Permanent Residency (Marriage to U.S. Citizen Spouse) Crossing the Border: Form I-751 Processing Times I-751 Conditional Residency If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration […]
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  • USCIS Opens a New Lockbox Facility

    USCIS announced recently that they have opened a new lockbox facility in Elgin, Illinois, and are beginning to transition incoming work to the new facility. As of February 1, 2022, USCIS added Elgin as a filing location for certain applicants who are filing Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence. In the next few […]
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  • Crossing the Border: Form I-751 Processing Times

    Conditional green cards are issued to foreign nationals who, at the time of filing a marriage-based green card, have been married to their U.S. citizen spouse for less than two years. A conditional green card is only valid for two years. To remove the conditions on residence and obtain a 10-year green card, you and […]
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  • I-751 Conditional Residency

    Conditional green cards are issued to foreign nationals who, at the time of filing a marriage-based green card, have been married to their U.S. citizen spouse for less than two years. A conditional green card is only valid for two years.  How to Remove Conditions on Residence To remove the conditions on residence and obtain […]
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