Individuals without citizenship in the United States need to complete certain eligibility requirements to be allowed into the country. They may have a relationship with a U.S. citizen to aid them during this process. In order to come into the country, they need documentation of why they are allowed to enter the country and live here as well. An individual who is married to a U.S. citizen can be eligible to obtain conditional residence. This can make them eligible to be granted for permanent residence status. They may also apply for this type of residency status if they qualify as an investor. For individuals with conditional residence, they are only able to remain in the country for a two year basis. After this, they will have to adjust their status or leave the country. There is an exception to this though. When a U.S. citizen sponsors their spouse, the marriage at the time of the adjustment of status of the non-citizen must be more than two years old to waive conditional residence and issue a 10-year permanent resident card.
What can I do when my conditional residence is about to expire?
Someone with conditional residence is only allowed to stay in the United States for a certain period of time. Usually, this period of time may only
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