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    Hello, I just found out about this website and I have someone could help me and my wife out on how to fill in I-751 please.

    I have a hard time filling out I-751 because our situation is different; my wife came here with a J-1, then she married to US citizen then they went separate way and divorced before her 2 years green card is expired. Then I married her,(I am a US citizen) we have done all the I-495 and paid for everything about 1500$. We even got an appointment for interview. in the interview the interviewer told us that we have to file I-751 and mailed it in, then she has to state and sign to get her old I-495 withdraw. At this point we have done everything except sent in I-751. and I am not sure where to put my information or her ex husband information, please help me out here. I will list all the part and number if any have time to help me out please?

    Part 1. Information About You, the Conditional Resident

    • At Marital Status


    11. Marital Status; should I put as Married or divorce?

    • At Additional Information About You

    21. If you are married, is this a different marriage than the one through which conditional residence status was obtained?
    should I check Yes or No?

    Part 3. Information About the Petitioning Spouse or, If filing as a Child Separately, Information About the U.S. Citizen or LPR Stepparent Through Whom You Gained Your Conditional Residence

    • Relationship

    In this part, do I put my information or her ex husband information here?





    This is really all the question I have. Please help me out anybody who can.
    By the way, I cant add I-751 to here because file is too big
    but here is the page to get it
    http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/usc...0045f3d6a1RCRD
    Thank you so much


  • #2
    Hi,

    If you have already got Divorce legally, you can mention it as Divorcee.

    Disclaimer: The information provided is of a general nature and is not intended to be construed as legal advice or creating an attorney-client relationship with Law Firm.



    Originally posted by Singkaew View Post
    Hello, I just found out about this website and I have someone could help me and my wife out on how to fill in I-751 please.

    I have a hard time filling out I-751 because our situation is different; my wife came here with a J-1, then she married to US citizen then they went separate way and divorced before her 2 years green card is expired. Then I married her,(I am a US citizen) we have done all the I-495 and paid for everything about 1500$. We even got an appointment for interview. in the interview the interviewer told us that we have to file I-751 and mailed it in, then she has to state and sign to get her old I-495 withdraw. At this point we have done everything except sent in I-751. and I am not sure where to put my information or her ex husband information, please help me out here. I will list all the part and number if any have time to help me out please?

    Part 1. Information About You, the Conditional Resident

    • At Marital Status


    11. Marital Status; should I put as Married or divorce?

    • At Additional Information About You

    21. If you are married, is this a different marriage than the one through which conditional residence status was obtained?
    should I check Yes or No?

    Part 3. Information About the Petitioning Spouse or, If filing as a Child Separately, Information About the U.S. Citizen or LPR Stepparent Through Whom You Gained Your Conditional Residence

    • Relationship

    In this part, do I put my information or her ex husband information here?





    This is really all the question I have. Please help me out anybody who can.
    By the way, I cant add I-751 to here because file is too big
    but here is the page to get it
    http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/usc...0045f3d6a1RCRD
    Thank you so much

    WilliamPeter
    United States Citizenship & Immigration Services

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    • #3
      thank you for your responds I also will try to call them to ask about that also

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