A hand holding a green card. Get help filling out an application for the removal of conditions from your green card.
A conditional green card is a two-year green card sometimes given to people who get a green card through marriage. These green cards cannot be renewed. Instead, before they expire, you must apply to have the conditions on your residence removed using Form I-751. If this application is approved, you will receive a non-conditional, 10-year green card.
No. Conditional green cards cannot be renewed. Instead, you must apply to remove the conditions on your green card using Form I-751. You will receive a 10-year, non-conditional green card if your application is approved.
FileRight will walk you through each and every application question, providing helpful explanations along the way. We also have a bilingual (English and Spanish) customer support team available to help answer your questions about FileRight.
Our technology checks your application for errors and provides you with customized filing instructions, letting you know where to send your application and what documents to include along with it. We’re so confident in FileRight that if your application gets denied, we’ll refund your money, including government fees.
The FileRight application package preparation fee is $285.
The USCIS filing fee for filing Form I-751 is $595 plus a biometrics fee of $85, if applicable.
USCIS won’t refund your money, even if your application gets denied. Fortunately, we’ll help ensure your application is correct and complete. The only way to protect yourself against wasting money and time is to ensure that your application gets filed right the first time.
We ask simple questions in English or Spanish and you answer with a simple click.
Our software checks your forms for errors and makes sure you have not missed anything.
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We provide personalized filing instructions for your completed form. You simply print and file with confidence.