Conditional Resident Definition

A Conditional Permanent Resident is when a foreign national is granted permanent resident status in the US on a conditional basis (for example, a spouse of a U.S. citizen or an immigrant investor).
Green Cards are usually issued with a ten (10) year validity period. However, green cards issued for Conditional Permanent Residents have a two (2) year validity. Conditional Permanent Residents are required to petition to remove the conditions of their status before their green cards expire or the second anniversary of the approval date of their conditional status.

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