Conditional Permanent Resident Status
Last updated on Aug 21st, 2017
Conditional permanent resident status is a temporary status given to certain noncitizens. Conditional permanent residents must maintain their status for two years before their status actually becomes permanent. This status is granted if the noncitizen has applied for permanent residence (1) as an immigrant investor, or (2) based on a marriage, to a US citizen or permanent resident, that is not two years long.
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