Who needs a USCIS Form I-751?
Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence is used by residents who would like US Department of Immigration to remove conditions and make them permanent residents of the United States.
What is USCIS form I-751 for?
There are various reasons to remove conditions on residence, but the main and the most popular is marriage to a US citizen. Either you married a permanent citizen, or your parent, it doesn’t matter - in both cases you earn the right to change your citizenship according to US law.
Is it accompanied by other forms?
Documents verifying marital status must be ready to send, in case a USCIS official requests a confirmation of any claim on this form. Only if you chose to print out the completed I-571 and file a paper copy, don’t forget to give your signature in Part 7. Also remember, there is a filing fee, it’s $505. There is an additional biometric fee of $85, but it is not requested from every applicant. You’ll learn, whether you need to pay a biometric fee from a USCIS officer processing your petition.
When is USCIS form I-751 due?
You must file it within 90 days before the conditional residence expires.
How do I fill out a USCIS form I-751?
You have to provide the fullest information about a conditional resident, contact information, marital status. Also you have to check the box and report basis for petition. You can request a filing waiver. There are separate sheets to provide information about a petitioning spouse.
Where do I send it?
Depending on your place of residence, you must file this form either to USCIS California Service Center or USCIS Vermont Service Center. You can check where to file on this website.