For Iranian couples in the United States, the journey to obtain permanent residency can be challenging and complex. One essential step in this journey is filing the I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence. This petition allows conditional permanent residents (CPR) to apply for the removal of conditions on their Green Card, granting them full permanent residency status. In this article, we will explore the I-751 petition process, its requirements, and some tips to help Iranian couples successfully navigate this critical phase of their immigration journey.
The United States offers numerous opportunities to immigrants seeking to build a life in the country. For Iranian couples, marriage to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident is one of the most common paths to obtaining permanent residency (a green card). However, the process can be complex, particularly for conditional green cards. This comprehensive guide will provide an overview of conditional green cards for Iranian couples, exploring the requirements, application process, and the steps to remove the conditions and obtain a permanent green card.
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Immigration lawyer Najmeh Mahmoudjafari, Esq. (ImmigraTrust Law) represents immigration law clients nationwide (all 50 States), globally and also in and around Orange County, including: Costa Mesa | Corona del Mar | Cypress | Fountain Valley | Garden Grove | Huntington Beach | Irvine | Los Alamitos | Los Angeles | Mission Viejo | Newport Beach | Orange | San Diego | San Francisco | Santa Ana | Stanton | Tustin | Westminster