In a marriage-based visa situation where the applicant obtains a green card through a United States Citizen spouse, if the marriage between the applicant and the petitioner is less than two years old at the time of the grant of the green card, there will be a condition attached to that green card. Twenty-one months after the grant of the green card, the conditional green card holder, must file to remove the conditions placed on the green card status by proving that the marriage that was considered valid by the USCIS remains valid after twenty-four months. This process is now taking much longer than in the past, it can be very complicated, and recently under the Trump Administration, it now requires an interview with the USCIS to remove the condition.
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