Despite the move, they wanted us to represent them with the I-751 petition to remove conditions on residency process. We collected the necessary evidence and prepared a comprehensive packet of evidence to prove the couple’s marriage was real and entered into in good faith. Four months later, the case was approved.
The couple was very happy that they did not need to attend an I-751 interview. When USCIS adjudicates an I-751, they have the option to call for an interview or they can approve the case without interview. For more info on the I-751 process, click.
The permanent resident husband looks forward to naturalizing later this year.
If you are considering or currently involved in the marriage based green card process, contact The Nunez Firm to schedule a consultation. Managing attorney Jay Nunez will personally meet with you and help you better understand the process.
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