Miller Mayer attorney Kristal Ozmun recently received approval of an I-751 petition to remove conditions on permanent resident status without any requests for additional evidence for a client from Taiwan. Many foreign nationals obtain their permanent resident status through a marriage to a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident. After obtaining their conditional green card, the I-751 petition must often be timely filed to remove the conditions of their permanent residence status. With this I-751 approval removing the conditions on their permanent resident status, our client is now able to file an N-400 application to naturalize to become a U.S. citizen.
If you are a conditional permanent resident based on your marriage to a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident and need more information on the I-751 petition process, or if you recently received approval of your I-751 and would like more information on becoming a U.S. citizen, schedule a consultation today with a Miller Mayer attorney at www.millermayer.com/immigration-consultation/