Green Card Renewal

Green Family Immigration's Founding Attorney Esther Noh has helped thousands of couples live legally together in the US with a Green Card.

Why Choose Green Family Immigration Law for your Green Card Renewal?


At Green Family Immigration Law, we understand the importance of removing conditions on residence to secure your permanent status in the U.S. Our experienced attorneys guide you through the entire Green Card Renewal process, ensuring that your petition is complete and well-documented. We provide personalized assistance, helping you gather the necessary evidence and preparing you for any potential interviews. With our expertise and support, you can confidently navigate the process of removing conditions on your residence and achieving your long-term immigration goals.

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What's involved in the Green Card Renewal process?


When a green card is obtained through marriage and the marriage is less than two years old at the time of approval, the spouse receives a conditional green card. This conditional status is granted to prevent fraudulent marriages entered into solely for immigration benefits. To remove the conditions on residence, the couple must file Form I-751 (Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence) within the 90-day period before the conditional green card expires.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible to file Form I-751, the conditional resident must meet the following criteria:

• Married and Living Together: The conditional resident and their U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident spouse are still married and living together.

• Marriage Terminated: If the marriage has ended due to divorce, annulment, or the death of the U.S. citizen spouse, the conditional resident can still file Form I-751 but must request a waiver of the joint filing requirement.

• Good Faith Marriage: The marriage was entered into in good faith and not for the purpose of evading U.S. immigration laws.

Green Card Renewal Filing Process


1. Prepare Form I-751: The conditional resident and their spouse must prepare Form I-751. If the couple is no longer together or if the U.S. citizen spouse has passed away, the conditional resident can file individually and request a waiver.

2. Gather Supporting Documents: Collect evidence to prove that the marriage was entered into in good faith. This may include joint financial records, photographs, birth certificates of children born to the marriage, and affidavits from friends and family.

3. Submit Form I-751: File the completed Form I-751 along with the supporting documents and the required filing fee to the appropriate USCIS service center. Ensure the form is submitted within the 90-day period before the expiration of the conditional green card.

4. Biometrics Appointment: After filing, USCIS will schedule a biometrics appointment where the conditional resident will provide fingerprints, a photograph, and a signature.

5. Interview: In some cases, USCIS may require an interview to verify the information provided and the authenticity of the marriage. Both spouses must attend this interview if required.

6. Decision: USCIS will review the petition and supporting documents. If approved, the conditional status will be removed, and the conditional resident will receive a 10-year permanent resident card (green card). If denied, USCIS will explain the reasons, and the conditional resident may have the opportunity to appeal the decision or provide additional evidence.

Supporting Documentation


Evidence to support the petition may include:

Joint Bank Accounts: Statements showing shared financial responsibilities.

Joint Leases or Mortgages: Documents proving shared residence.

Insurance Policies: Policies naming both spouses as beneficiaries.

Birth Certificates of Children: If applicable, to show a family relationship.

Affidavits from Friends and Family: Written statements from individuals who can attest to the bona fides of the marriage.

Photographs: Photos from different periods of the marriage, including family gatherings and vacations.

Green Family Testimonials

With outstanding five-star Google reviews and the trust of over 1,000 immigrants, our clients' experiences speak for themselves.

One of the best lawyers in town! We came to her with low spirits and she made sure we left in high spirits! My sister was able to get her green card! Super friendly staff and top of the class service! Thank you Esther and your staff!
Roselyn Lieffering
Green Family Client
Esther was exceptional with the assistance she provided guiding us through the green card process. She is knowledgeable and kind. Applying for residency is a daunting task, but she was able to answer all of our questions quickly and clearly. She also came into the interview room with us, which proved to be extremely helpful. We really appreciate Esther and Luisa for going above and beyond for us.
Yuyun Chen
Green Family Client
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Our Founder

Esther S. Noh

Esther's vision for Green Family Immigration Law is inspired by her own family's journey. The Noh family, like many others, started their new lives in the U.S. through the green card process and became U.S. citizens, embodying the concept of a "Green Family." Esther's mission is to help more families become "Green Families," ensuring they flourish and achieve prosperity in their new homeland.

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