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    Hi,
    I'm a LPR conditional CR-6 and already had one interview one year ago before they gave to me the GC. I'll have to send I-751 in 2 weeks. Can anyone tell me what CR-6 means and if they will call us again for the second interview. I have all documents to send with I-751 (home toghether, bills, insurances, travel tickets, tax returns, etc) and I think they are enough to prove our marriage

    Thanks in advance!
    Boby

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    Hi,
    I'm a LPR conditional CR-6 and already had one interview one year ago before they gave to me the GC. I'll have to send I-751 in 2 weeks. Can anyone tell me what CR-6 means and if they will call us again for the second interview. I have all documents to send with I-751 (home toghether, bills, insurances, travel tickets, tax returns, etc) and I think they are enough to prove our marriage

    Thanks in advance!
    Boby

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    • #3
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      • #4
        Hi Boby and welcome,

        The code CR-6 shows your current and previous status (how you entered the US). You are conditional resident based on marriage to USC. If my memory serves me well, -6 means you adjusted status from F1 ( or H1 ). Make sense? After you successfuly remove conditions, the code will change to IR-6.

        Whether there will be the second interview or not, depends on the how you file ( if jointly: less likely ), evidence you'll submit + there are some random picks.

        You file I-751 petition to remove conditions 90 days before the 2nd anniversary of being approved for GC.

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        • #5
          The numerical reference "6" indicates status aquired through adjustment, as opposed to the numeral "1", which indicates upon arrival. For example, a CR6 is conditional PR afforded through adjustment of status, while a CR1 aquired status upon entry. Same for IR6 and IR1, respectively.
          The above is simply an opinion. Your mileage may vary. For immigration issues, please consult an immigration attorney.

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          • #6
            Yes I changed my status from H1
            Thanks a lot guys for your answers!
            Boby

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            • #7
              ooo , forgot to ask you
              Should I-751 be notarized (signatures)?

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              • #8
                It does not need to be notarized.

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