What Happens if I Get Divorced with a Conditional Green Card?
Updated: Mar 13
You must remove the conditions by filing an I-751 within 90 days of the conditional green card expiring.
But what happens if you get divorced before you remove the conditions on your conditional green card? Fortunately, you can still receive a 10-year green card and remove the conditions on your conditional green card.
You must file a waiver of the joint filing requirement. You must submit evidence that the marriage was actually bona fide and not entered into to evade immigration laws.
If you have a conditional green card and get divorced, you can still remove the conditions and receive a 10-year green card. An immigration attorney can help you submit the correct forms and receive your green card.
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