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    Hello,

    I am about to fill the form I-751 in order to remove my conditional resident I got for been married to a USC. My card will expire on 9/9/04.
    To avoid problem I would like to know:
    1.Which date is better to send the application?
    2.I live in New Jersey. Can I send my application to the local office at Newark or do I need to send at Vermont Service Center?
    3.Do I need to send any pictures with the application?
    4.As evidence of the relationship with my wife, I want to submit the following documents:
    -a certificate of birth of our daughter
    -a joint bank account
    -an Income Tax Return filling jointly
    -Insurance Automobile premium invoice in both of our name
    Do you think that is fine or do I need more evidence?
    Thank you for your advice.


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    Hello,

    I am about to fill the form I-751 in order to remove my conditional resident I got for been married to a USC. My card will expire on 9/9/04.
    To avoid problem I would like to know:
    1.Which date is better to send the application?
    2.I live in New Jersey. Can I send my application to the local office at Newark or do I need to send at Vermont Service Center?
    3.Do I need to send any pictures with the application?
    4.As evidence of the relationship with my wife, I want to submit the following documents:
    -a certificate of birth of our daughter
    -a joint bank account
    -an Income Tax Return filling jointly
    -Insurance Automobile premium invoice in both of our name
    Do you think that is fine or do I need more evidence?
    Thank you for your advice.

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      http://uscis.gov/graphics/howdoi/remcond.htm#apply



      http://www.immigrate2us.net
      I am not a lawyer nor do I claim to be one so please double-check any information given by me, or anyone else for that matter, with a certified (immigration)lawyer before you take any further steps.

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