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Payam Yazdani, Attorney at Law

Immigration Lawyer Columbus Ohio

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Conditional Residency
 

 

Generally, a person obtaining residency through marriage to a United States citizen is granted a conditional residency, if the marriage is less than two years old at the time of the application.  In such instances, only a two-year conditional conditional residency is granted.

 

The immigrant must petition to remove the condition, within three months prior to the second anniversary of the issuance of the Green Card. This means that before the Green Card is expired, the immigrant must file appropriate application to remove the conditions on the residency, and receive permanent residency.

 

An immigrant who fails to remove the appropriate paperwork within the set timeframe will lose legal residency status in the United States can be removed from the country.

 

Payam Yazdani and attorneys at Bloomfield & Kempf, LLP handle all immigration matters including family-based immigration. Call us today at 614-592-7827 for consultation.

 

 

 

 

Petition to Remove Conditions of Residence
 
 

Generally, a couple must file a joint application to remove the conditions. The application process includes providing evidence of relationship to establish that the marriage was entered into in good-faith, and not for the purpose of circumventing immigration laws.

 

The joint filing requirement can be waives in certain instances. Call us today for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

  Payam Yazdani

 

Payam Yazdani, Esq.

175 South Third Street, Suite 1010

Columbus, Ohio 43201

Phone: (614) 961-4414

Fax:     (614) 961-4415

Payam@YazdaniLawFirm.com.com  

 
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Ohio Immigration Lawyer Payam Yazdani

Past Of Counsel at Columbus Immigration Law Firm Bloomfield & Kempf, LLP

Located in Columbus Ohio and representing clients nationwide including Ohio cities such as Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton, Akron, Toledo, Canton, Dublin, Powell, Hilliard, Westerville, Lewis Center, Gahanna, Grove City, Reynoldsburg, Whitehall, Bexley, and Upper Arlington, and counties such as Franklin County, Delaware County, Cuyahoga County, Hamilton County, and other neighboring Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania counties.    Providing immigration services including filing for greencards or permanent residency, citizenship, asylum, work visas, investment visas, student visas, fianc´┐Ż visas, National Visa Center visa processing, appeals, and court representation in deportation & removal proceedings before the Cleveland Immigration Court. Immigration attorneys at our office in Columbus Ohio are experienced in all areas of immigration law.

Contact our office to consult with an immigration lawyer in Columbus Ohio.

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