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    Is it possible that someone is given conditional greencard even if the approval was way after the second anniversary of the marriage? Do they HAVE TO issue the 10 year unconditional green card or they MAY issue conditional one even if you passed your 2 year anniversary? what can you do if they give you conditional PR status? can you complain and force them to change your status to unconditional or is it up to the adjudicating officer?

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    Is it possible that someone is given conditional greencard even if the approval was way after the second anniversary of the marriage? Do they HAVE TO issue the 10 year unconditional green card or they MAY issue conditional one even if you passed your 2 year anniversary? what can you do if they give you conditional PR status? can you complain and force them to change your status to unconditional or is it up to the adjudicating officer?

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      I read a couple of stories where people were given conditional GC despite being married more than 2 years ... they complained, and it turned out "it is up to the adjudicating officer".

      However, each story is different. Maybe they made an honest mistake in this case.

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        <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by smc_boy:
        Is it possible that someone is given conditional greencard even if the approval was way after the second anniversary of the marriage? Do they HAVE TO issue the 10 year unconditional green card or they MAY issue conditional one even if you passed your 2 year anniversary? what can you do if they give you conditional PR status? can you complain and force them to change your status to unconditional or is it up to the adjudicating officer? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
        Almost never you can force them to do anything. But definitely not normal...

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