Immigration Fact of the Week June 14

conditional Green CardQuestion:

What is a conditional Green Card?

Answer:

A conditional Green Card is a green card valid for two years.

A conditional Green Card is a Green Card with conditions based on marriage or conditions based on investment in the U.S. Conditional permanent residents with conditional Green Cards must file a request to remove the conditions 90 days before the conditional Green Card expires.

If a conditional Green Card holder does not file a request to remove conditions before the expiration date, then he or she will lose conditional permanent resident status and be subject to deportation.

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