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Thread: I-751

  1. #1
    Guest
    My two green card has expired, my new employer has told me they cannot continue to employ me until this is resolved.
    I know I have to file an I-751 form and a declaration as to why I missed the deadline, my question is how long does it take to receive an extension after I file it with a service center.

  2. #2
    Guest
    My two green card has expired, my new employer has told me they cannot continue to employ me until this is resolved.
    I know I have to file an I-751 form and a declaration as to why I missed the deadline, my question is how long does it take to receive an extension after I file it with a service center.

  3. #3
    Guest
    Are you talking about Work Authorization or Green Cards. Green Card normally expires after 10 years. Please be clear in your post what type of card you have which has expried before any one can advise you.

  4. #4
    It seems that you got your conditional GC on marriage basis. If you have missed the deadline then you will need services of a good Immigration Attorney to help you in this matter. I-751 usually takes over a year to process these days, but all depends where you will be applying. After accepting your I-751, the BCIS will put a sticker for one year to extend validity of your conditional GC.
    Good luck.

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