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  • I-751 with N-400 is it possible?

    Guys,
    I have been married to my wondeful wife(U.S.C) for 3 years now and I'm getting ready to file to remove the condition on my G/C this coming March.
    My question to you smart guys is:Can I file for citizenship at the same time?If yes, should I send both applications in the same envelop to my Service Center(Nebraska)or separately?
    I'd appreciate your positive inputs and oh!!..I'm not planning on divorcing...so please spare me the BS.

    Thanks guys.

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    Guys,
    I have been married to my wondeful wife(U.S.C) for 3 years now and I'm getting ready to file to remove the condition on my G/C this coming March.
    My question to you smart guys is:Can I file for citizenship at the same time?If yes, should I send both applications in the same envelop to my Service Center(Nebraska)or separately?
    I'd appreciate your positive inputs and oh!!..I'm not planning on divorcing...so please spare me the BS.

    Thanks guys.

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    • #3
      Must file I-751 within 90 days of second anniversary of grant of conditional residence.(Note that the date of your marriage is really irrelevant - its the date of adjustment that is the important part). For example, if you adjusted/got green card August 2002, you would have needed to file between May and August 2004.

      You can file N-400 3 months before 3 year anniversary of adjustment of status/getting green card (again, NOT the date of your marriage) if adjustment was based on a US citizen.

      So, there should be no reason that both applications would be filed at the same time. But the I-751 may still be pending when you file the N-400. They are processing I-751s faster now, but you can go ahead and file citizenship when you are able and the local office will adjudicate both.

      Kate

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      • #4
        Thanks for your input.It very nice of you to reply.

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