Removal of Conditions of 2-Year Conditional Green Card

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Am I Qualified for a Removal of Conditions?

The qualification process for Removal of Conditions can be a bit tricky. We have made it simple! See if you are qualified by taking the Free Eligibility Quiz. To protect your privacy, you will need to create an account first.

Full Assembly Package
+ Attorney Review



This package allows you to read and answer the questions, then provides the full packet as required by the government available for Print and Mail. Also provides the required cover letter. Also Includes an Attorney Review. PLUS: You have a dedicated guide that is directly working on your case. All documents will be received directly in the system for Review and Stacking. Your application will be assembled completely by the system, reviewed by your guide and an Attorney. (Government fees are not included in price)

What is a Removal of Conditions (Conditional Green Card)?

Removal of Conditions is required when the resident obtained their Green Card prior to being married for 2 years to their petitioning spouse. The government authorizes a 2-year conditional card for the new resident and requires that the resident return in two years and show that they are either still married in good faith to the same person or, if divorced, that the marriage was in good faith and legitimate, and ended for normal reasons. A divorced filing requires a waiver.  

The Removal of Conditions procedure includes not only submission of various forms and documents, but could require an interview at an office of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Many people believe that this is as simple as submitting a form, however, the government is very strict and requires a good amount of evidence to approve the removal.

Who is Eligible for Removal of Conditions?

A person is not only eligible for a Removal of Conditions, but is required to file for the Removal between 1 year and 9 months and 2 years of the date that they received their green card initially. If a person has gotten divorced, they must seek to immediately file for their removal of conditions because they have technically already violated the conditions of their residency and are out of status. This divorced filing requires a waiver.

What Documents do I need to file for Removal of Conditions?

This is proprietary information; however, we can say that most people underestimate the document filing requirements for this process. They will just file the form and not the accompanying required proofs, and their case is inevitably denied. We help you have a much higher chance of receiving a favorable outcome in your case. 

The completed packet of forms, documents, photos, and fees must be submitted to the USCIS office having jurisdiction over your U.S. place of residence.

After you submit your packet, USCIS will review it for completeness. If something is missing, USCIS will return the whole thing to you for refiling (send you an “RFE” or Request for Evidence).

You will be asked to visit a local USCIS office within a certain time period to submit your biometric information. Later, you will be sent either an appointment for an interview or your 10-year permanent residence card.

Does the Government Charge a Filing Fee?


The current filing fees are:

$680.00 for the Application for Removal of Conditions

How long does the Adjustment process take?

As all lawyers would say, it depends. There are many factors that determine the wait time for your application. Some of these factors could include things such as how quickly you turn your application and documentation in or how complete the file is when you apply. Where you live and how quickly you respond to government requests will also determine wait time. This process can take anywhere from 12 months to 36 months or longer. However, the government provides you with an extension of your current green card on the receipt notice you receive when you apply.