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How to Prepare your ROC Package: Removing of Conditions (ROC) Requirements, Forms, and Checklist

By Erika Presson
Last Updated: February 16, 2016


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The Removing of Conditions (ROC) Package will be the last application you will send USCIS … at least for the next year or so. (The next one is for U.S. Citizenship / Naturalization if you opt to do so. If you decide to not go for Naturalization, you will have to renew this Green Card in 10 years). This application process usually lasts for about 6 months and one (more often than not) will quite possibly have an interview towards the end. Having an ROC approval will result into having a Green Card (10-year GC) that is proof of your legal permanent residency in the US.

Removing of Conditions (ROC) Requirements and Documentation | I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence | ©2016, onwards. Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

Removing of Conditions (ROC) Requirements and Documentation | I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence | ©2016, onwards. Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

Below I have prepared Two (2) Checklists for Preparing your ROC Package

 

  • The first one is just a regular checklist that everybody uses.
  • And the second one is my actual checklist of our front-loaded ROC Package. (Just so you know in full detail what I have included in mine.) Front-loading means you include all possible documents and evidences that may be asked of you for your interview later on in the process.
     

Tips to Remember when Preparing your ROC Package:

 

  • The evidences you are required to submit should cover the entire duration of your marriage.
  • Make sure you send in your I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence WITHIN 90 days of your Conditional Green Card’s Expiration Date. If you submit it earlier than you’re supposed to, USCIS will return your ROC package.
  • It’s cleaner and more organized if you label your documents and separate them in folders. (THIS is just my opinion and nobody else’s. Immigration Officers look at paperwork all day. They’re human, they CAN mix up paperwork if not properly organized. Some even claim to get RFE’s even if they sent in complete documents. Segregating / Organizing paperwork isn’t really a negative thing / wrong thing to do. For me, it actually makes it easier to look at.)
  • All forms must be completed and signed in BLACK INK.
  • NEVER leave BLANKS on your forms. (Of course, unless otherwise noted in the instructions. Read question directly below this list.) Use “N/A”, “NONE”, or “0” if the form permits. Better yet, call the USCIS Hotline if you’re in doubt.
  • Do note that USCIS, at any time, can revise/update their form’s instructions. Read them carefully.

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Summarized I-751 ROC Requirements Checklist

 

    • Cover Letter signed by both Conditional Resident and U.S. Citizen Spouse
    • Check Payment – $590 ($505 Filing Fee + $85 Biometrics Fee)
    • Joint I-751 Form (Completed and Signed with U.S. Citizen Spouse)
    • Copy of Permanent Resident Cards, Front and Back Sides
      • Conditional Resident Spouse
      • Conditional Resident Dependents (Children)
    • Copy of Birth certificates of children born during time of marriage (if any)
    • Copy of Lease or Mortgage Contracts showing joint occupancy / ownership of your communal residence
    • Copy of Financial Records (Joint Ownership of Assets and Joint Responsibility for Liabilities)
      • Evidence of Joint Savings Account (With transaction history)
      • Evidence of Checking Account (With transaction history)
      • Complete Joint Federal and State Tax Returns (Verified by IRS. Get your Transcript FREE on IRS.gov.)
      • Insurance Policies that show the other spouse as Beneficiary
      • Joint Utility Bills
      • Joint Installment / Other Loans
    • Photos
    • Mail / Cards address to both Conditional Resident and U.S. Citizen Spouse
    • Sworn Affidavits by two (2) people who have known both the Conditional Resident and U.S. Citizen Spouse; People who have personal knowledge of the marriage and relationship. (Instructions on the USCIS I-751 Instruction PDF.)
    • Other requirements for spouses of US Military Personnel (Instructions on the USCIS I-751 Instruction PDF.)
    • Criminal History (If applicable; Instructions on the USCIS I-751 Instruction PDF.)
    • English Translation and Translation Certification for Foreign Language Documents (If applicable)

 

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My Front-Loaded ROC Package / Packet

 

As stated in the USCIS Notice I got in the mail, a month before my earliest allowable filing date for ROC:

“The evidence you submit should cover the duration of the marriage.”

USCIS, Department of Homeland Security
I-751 Notice

USCIS I-751 Notice - Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence | Hello again, USCIS! I know it's time to file my I-751 | ©2015 - onwards, USCIS.gov, Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

USCIS I-751 Notice – Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence | Hello again, USCIS! I know it’s time to file my I-751 | ©2015 – onwards, USCIS.gov, Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

The above notice also says that USCIS may waive your interview if you submit sufficient evidence of being married in good faith.

 

The I-751 instructions also indicates:

“Submit copies of as many documents as you can to establish this fact, to demonstrate the circumstances of the relationship from the date of the marriage to the present date.”

USCIS, Department of Homeland Security
USCIS I-751 Instructions PDF, Page 5 of 10
https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-751instr.pdf

USCIS I-797 Removing of Conditions Instructions | I-751 Removing of Conditions (ROC) Walkthrough | ©2016, onwards. USCIS, DHS, Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

USCIS I-797 Removing of Conditions Instructions | I-751 Removing of Conditions (ROC) Walkthrough | ©2016, onwards. USCIS, DHS, Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

It is also important to note that the instructions say “The documents SHOULD INCLUDE, but are not limited to…” and then lists down document you SHOULD include. These are the minimum requirements needed. If USCIS needs anything else from you, they will send you a notice through mail in the form of a Request For Evidence (RFE).

 

***LET ME JUST REITERATE:
This is my personal list. It may seem excessive for some people but this is what I CHOSE to send. And THIS is how I send in ANY application no matter what process it is. I’m a very organized person. An overly organized one. You don’t have to follow what I did exactly. You don’t have to have every bit of paper notarized. Though having stuff notarized isn’t a bad thing. It only proves the document’s authenticity.

There is no wrong or right way of arranging your ROC Packages – just as long as you abide by the list of requirements as stated on the USCIS Instructions.

Folder A – USCIS Forms and Identification

 

  • A1 – Cover Letter
    • Signed both by Conditional Resident / Petitioner and U.S. Citizen Spouse
  • A2 – Payment: Cashier’s Check $590 (Application Fee and Biometrics Fee)
  • A3 – Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence
    • Joint Application by Conditional Resident / Petitioner and U.S. Citizen Spouse
  • A4 – Form I-551, Permanent Resident Card (Notarized Copy)
  • A5 – Identification (Notarized Copies)
    • A5.1 – Old Philippine Passport – Conditional Resident / Petitioner (Maiden Name)
    • A5.2 – New Philippine Passport – Conditional Resident / Petitioner (Married Name)
    • A5.3 – U.S. Passport – U.S. Citizen Spouse

 

Folder B – Relationship Evidences

 

  • B1 – Marriage License and Certificate (Notarized Copy)
  • B2 – Philippine Report of Marriage (Notarized Copy)
  • B3 – Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA, Formerly known as NSO) Marriage Certificate (Notarized Copy)
  • B4 – Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA/NSO) CEMAR / CRS Form No.5 (Notarized Copy)
  • B5 – North Dakota Driver’s Licenses and State ID (Notarized Copy, Proof of Same Residence/Address)
    • B5.1 – Driver’s License – Conditional Resident / Petitioner – Year Issued
    • B5.2 – Driver’s License – U.S. Citizen Spouse – Year Issued
    • B5.3 – State I.D. – Conditional Resident / Petitioner – Year Issued
  • B6 – 2013 Photos and Events
  • B7 – 2014 Photos and Events
  • B8 – 2015 Photos and Events
  • B9 – 2016 Photos and Events
  • B10 – 2013 Mail / Cards / Postcards (Addressed to Conditional Resident AND USC Spouse)
  • B11 – 2014 Mail / Cards / Postcards (Addressed to Conditional Resident AND USC Spouse)
  • B12 – 2015 Mail / Cards / Postcards (Addressed to Conditional Resident AND USC Spouse)
  • B13 – Sworn Affidavits and Supporting Documents (Notarized)
    • B13.1 – Friend 1’s Name (Friend; Short Description of Relationship)
    • B13.2 – Friend 2’s Name (Friend; Short Description of Relationship)

 

Folder C – Financial Evidences

 

  • C1 – IRS Federal Tax Return, Transcripts, and Account Summaries (Married, Filed Jointly)
    NOTE: You can get your Transcript FREE on IRS.gov

    • C1.1 – 2013
      • 2013 Form 1040A Federal Tax Return (Turbo Tax)
      • 2013 IRS Verified Tax Transcript
      • 2013 IRS Verified Account Summary
    • C1.2 – 2014
      • 2014 Form 1040A Federal Tax Return (Turbo Tax)
      • 2014 IRS Verified Tax Transcript
      • 2014 IRS Verified Account Summary
  • C2 – 2013 Online W4 from Previous Employer – US Citizen Spouse (Married)
  • C3 – Wells Fargo Joint Banking Documents and Statements
    • C3.1 – 2013 AUGUST – Legal Name Change Request (Customer Copy)
    • C3.2 – Wells Fargo Money Market Joint Savings Account
      • 2013 AUGUST – Relationship Change Application (Under Maiden Name)
      • 2015 AUGUST to 2016 JANUARY – Activity Summary / Statements (Certified by Banker)
        • 2015 JUNE – Statement / Transactions
        • 2015 JANUARY – Statement / Transactions
        • 2014 JUNE – Statement / Transactions
        • 2014 JANUARY – Statement / Transactions
        • 2013 AUGUST – Statement / Transactions
    • C3.3 – Wells Fargo Joint Checking Account
      • 2014 NOVEMBER – Relationship Change Application
      • 2015 DECEMBER to 2016 JANUARY – Activity Summary / Statements (Certified by Banker)
        • 2015 OCTOBER – Statement / Transactions
        • 2015 APRIL – Statement / Transactions
        • 2014 OCTOBER – Statement / Transactions
    • C3.4 – Wells Fargo Joint Credit Card Account
      (CAUTION: Do NOT photocopy and submit your actual credit card.
      Statements with both your names should be enough.)

      • 2015 FEBRUARY – Joint Credit Card Application
      • 2015 FEBRUARY – Name Correction
      • 2015 OCTOBER to 2016 JANUARY – Activity Summary / Statements (Certified by Banker)
        • 2015 AUGUST – Statement / Transactions
        • 2015 MAY – Statement / Transactions
        • 2015 FEBRUARY – Statement / Transactions
      • 2015 DECEMBER – Wells Fargo Correspondence: Credit Limit Increase
    • C3.5 – Wells Fargo Joint Safety Deposit Box
      • 2013 AUGUST – Lease Agreement (Certified by Banker)
      • 2015 JUNE – Wells Fargo Correspondence: Annual Payment Increase
    • C3.6 – Wells Fargo Joint Accounts Summary (Certified by Banker)
  • C4 – Joint Car Loan and Statements
    • C4.1 – 2014 SEPTEMBER – Vehicle Purchase Contract
    • C4.2 – 2014 SEPTEMBER – GAP Advantage Program Debt Waiver Addendum, Enrollment
    • C4.3 – 2014 SEPTEMBER – Retail Installment Contract – Consumer Credit Document
    • C4.4 – 2014 SEPTEMBER 29th – Honda Financial Services Correspondence: Privacy Notice
    • C4.5 – Honda Financial Services Monthly Statements
      • 2014 NOVEMBER – Monthly Statement
      • 2015 NOVEMBER – Monthly Statement
      • 2016 FEBRUARY – Monthly Statement
  • C5 – North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) Registrations
    • C5.1 – 2014 OCTOBER to 2015 AUGUST – Vehicle Registration Card
    • C5.2 – 2015 SEPTEMBER – Vehicle Registration Notice
    • C5.3 – 2015 AUGUST to 2016 AUGUST – Vehicle Registration Card
  • C6 – Car Insurances
    • C6.1 – Auto Insurance Agency
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER to 2014 MARCH – Policy Declarations Page
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER to 2014 MARCH – ND Insurance Cards
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – Binder of Insurance
      • 2014 JANUARY – 6-Month Statement
      • 2014 FEBRUARY – Receipt of Payment
      • 2014 OCTOBER to 2015 MARCH – Policy Declarations Page
      • 2014 OCTOBER to 2015 MARCH – ND Insurance Cards
      • 2014 SEPTEMBER – Binder of Insurance
      • 2014 OCTOBER – Binder of Insurance
      • 2015 JANUARY – 6-Month Statement
      • 2015 MARCH – Receipt of Payment
      • 2015 MARCH to 2015 SEPTEMBER – ND Insurance Cards
    • C6.2 – Auto Insurance Agency
      • 2015 SEPTEMBER – Changes to Auto Policy
      • 2015 SEPTEMBER to 2016 SEPTEMBER – Auto Policy, Amended Declarations
      • 2015 SEPTEMBER to 2016 SEPTEMBER – ND Insurance Cards
    • C6.2 – Auto Insurance Agency
      • 2016 FEBRUARY – Changes to Auto Policy (Residence Update and Insurance Transfer)
  • C7 – Apartment Lease
    • C7.1 – Property Management Company
      • 2013 AUGUST – Correspondence with Leasing Specialist
      • 2013 AUGUST – Rental Application, Roommate Addition (Maiden Name)
      • 2013 AUGUST to 2013 NOVEMBER – Lease Agreement
      • 2013 NOVEMBER – Change in Resident
    • C7.2 – Property Management Company
      • 2013 NOVEMBER to 2014 OCTOBER – Lease Agreement
      • 2014 AUGUST 15th – Correspondence: Renewal Options
      • 2014 NOVEMBER to 2015 APRIL – Lease Agreement
      • 2015 MAY to 2015 OCTOBER – Lease Agreement
      • 2016 FEBRUARY 1st – Vacating Notice / Agreement
    • C7.3 – Property Management Company
      • 2016 FEBRUARY – Property Checklist from Agent
      • 2016 FEBRUARY – Welcome Email from Agent
      • 2016 FEBRUARY – E-Signature Initiated
      • 2016 FEBRUARY – Lease Contract Documents ready for Signature
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – Apartment Lease Contract
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – Additional Special Provisions
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – Utility and Services Addendum
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – Bed Bug Addendum
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – Mold Information and Prevention Addendum
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – Lease Contract Addendum for Enclosed Garage, Carport, or Storage Unit
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – Community Policies, Rules, and Regulations Addendum
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – Lease Addendum, Liability Insurance Required of Resident
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – No Smoking Addendum
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – Resident Parking Addendum
      • 2016 to 2017 FEBRUARY – Addendum Regarding Medical Marijuana Use and Landlord’s Commitment to Enforcement of Crime/Drug-free Addendum
      • 2016 FEBRUARY 11th – E-Signature Confirmation
      • 2016 FEBRUARY 11th – Lease Contract Documents – signature successfully submitted
      • 2016 FEBRUARY 11th – Lease Contract Documents Now Executed
  • C8 – Home / Renter’s Insurance
    • C8.1 – Home Insurance Agency
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – Name / Status Change due to Marriage
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – 2014 SEPTEMBER – Policy Declarations Page
      • 2014 SEPTEMBER – 2015 SEPTEMBER – Renewal Certificate
      • 2014 AUGUST – Receipt of Payment (Auto and Renter’s Insurance)
    • C8.2 – Home Insurance Agency
      • 2015 SEPTEMBER to 2016 SEPTEMBER – Certificate of Insurance
      • 2015 SEPTEMBER to 2016 SEPTEMBER – Home Insurance Cards
    • C8.3 – Home Insurance Agency
      • 2016 FEBRUARY – Changes to Home/Renter’s Policy (Residence Update and Insurance Transfer)

 

Folder D – Financial Evidences (Continued)

 

  • D1 – Previous Employer (Employment: 2013 to 2014) – U.S. Citizen Spouse
    • D1.1 – My Benefits (Life Insurance, Accident, Critical Illness, etc.; 2013 SEPTEMBER to 2014 AUGUST)
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – My Benefits Summary – Coverage
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – Business Travel Accident (Beneficiary: Conditional Resident Spouse)
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – Company Paid Life Insurance (Beneficiary: Conditional Resident Spouse)
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – Accidental Death and Dismemberment (Beneficiary: Conditional Resident Spouse)
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – Optional Life Insurance (Beneficiary: Conditional Resident Spouse)
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – Profit Sharing / 401K (Beneficiary: Conditional Resident Spouse)
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – ALLSTATE Critical Illness (Beneficiary: Conditional Resident Spouse)
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – ALLSTATE Acciden (Beneficiary: Conditional Resident Spouse)
    • D1.2 – My Benefits – My Health (Health Insurance, Dependent: Conditional Resident Spouse; 2013 AUGUST to 2014 APRIL)
      • Health Insurance Cards (U.S. Citizen Spouse, Conditional Resident Spouse)
      • 2014 MAY 21st My Benefits – My Health: Certificate of Group Health Plan Coverage
      • 2014 AUGUST 2nd – MEDICA / UnitedHealthCare Screenshot
  • D2 – Present Employer (Employment: 2014 to Present) – Conditional Resident Spouse
    • D2.1 – Life and Disability Insurance
      • 2014 APRIL – Beneficiary Designation: U.S. Citizen Spouse
      • 2014 APRIL – Confirmation/Correspondence
      • 2014 JULY – Announcement: Insurance Policy Coverage Increase
    • D2.2 – Health Insurance
      • 2014 APRIL – Application Form citing Other Health Coverage (Policy Holder: U.S. Citizen Spouse)
      • Health Care Provider Authorization Form – U.S. Citizen Spouse
      • Health Care Provider Authorization Page Screenshot – U.S. Citizen Spouse
    • D2.3 – Dental and Vision Insurance
      • 2014 FEBRUARY – Coverage for Employee: Conditional Resident and Spouse
      • 2015 FEBRUARY – Coverage for Employee: Conditional Resident and Spouse
      • 2016 FEBRUARY – Coverage for Employee: Conditional Resident and Spouse
      • 2014 FEBRUARY to PRESENT – Dental Eligibility, Member Details: Conditional
      • 2014 FEBRUARY to PRESENT – Dental Eligibility, Member Details: Conditional Resident Spouse, Patient Name: U.S. Citizen Spouse
    • D2.4 – Supplemental Accident Insurance (2014 AUGUST to PRESENT, Name Insured and Spouse)
      • 2014 AUGUST – Application Form
        • Coverage: Named Insured and Spouse
        • Beneficiary: U.S. Citizen Spouse
      • Accident Insurance Policy Cover Sheet
        • Coverage: Named Insured and Spouse
    • D2.5 – Supplemental Hospital Confinement Indemnity Insurance (2014 AUGUST to PRESENT)
      • 2014 AUGUST – Application Form
        • Coverage: Named Insured and Spouse
        • Beneficiary: U.S. Citizen Spouse
      • Accident Insurance Policy Cover Sheet
        • Coverage: Named Insured and Spouse
  • D3 – Present Employer (Employment: 2014 to Present) – U.S. Citizen Spouse
    • D3.1 – Benefits / Rewards
      • 2016 JANUARY to PRESENT – Basic Life Insurance
        • Primary Beneficiary: Conditional Resident Spouse
      • 2016 JANUARY to PRESENT – Optional Life Insurance
        • Primary Beneficiary: Conditional Resident Spouse
      • 2016 JANUARY to PRESENT – Basic AD&D Insurance
        • Primary Beneficiary: Conditional Resident Spouse
  • D4 – Philippine Insurances (2005 to Present) – Conditional Resident Spouse

    • D4.1 – Life Insurance Agency (2008 AUGUST to PRESENT)
      • 2008 AUGUST – Policy Owner: Conditional Resident (Maiden Name; Death Benefit, Accidental Death, Critical Illness, Hospital Income, Total Disability)
      • 2013 JULY – Non-Financial Amendment Form
        • Beneficiary Change: U.S. Citizen Then-Fiancé (Fiancé, IRREVOCABLE)
      • 2013 SEPTEMBER – Policy Information
        • Reflected Beneficiary Change
      • 2015 AUGUST – Authorization Letter for Insurance Agent for Change of Name, Civil/Marital Status, Beneficiary Designation
      • 2015 AUGUST – Consularized Non-Financial Amendment Form
        • Name Change Request: Conditional Resident’s Married Name
        • Reason for Change: Marriage
        • Beneficiary Change: U.S. Citizen Spouse (Spouse; IRREVOCABLE)
        • Witnessed by Notary Public
      • 2015 SEPTEMBER – Policy Information
        • Reflected Name Change Request: Conditional Resident’s Married Name
        • Same Beneficiary: U.S. Citizen Spouse
      • 2015 NOVEMBER – Premium Notice (Reflected Married Name Change)
      • 2015 NOVEMBER – Premium Confirmation / Receipt (Reflected Married Name Change)
    • D4.2 – Republic of the Philippines, Social Security System, SSS (2005 JUNE to PRESENT)
      • 2015 MAY – Authorization Letter for representative to SSS
      • 2015 MAY – SSS Member Data Change Request (Receiving Copy, Notarized)
        • Name Change: Conditional Resident’s Married Name
        • Civil Status Change: Married
        • Deletion of Beneficiaries: Previous Beneficiaries
        • Addition of Sole Beneficiary: U.S. Citizen Spouse
    • D4.3 – Mutual Development Fund, MDF (2005 JUNE to PRESENT)
      • 2016 JANUARY – Member’s Data Form (Updated)
        • Name Change: Conditional Resident’s Married Name
        • Civil Status Change: Married
        • Sole Heir/Beneficiary: U.S. Citizen Spouse
      • 2016 JANUARY – MDF Member Page Screenshots
        • Member Name: Conditional Resident’s Married Name
        • Civil Status Change: Married
        • Beneficiaries: U.S. Citizen Spouse
  • D5 – Hospital / Medical Services – Unified Accounts
    • D5.1 – 2014 SEPTEMBER – Unified Billing Statement
      • Guarantor Account: U.S. Citizen Spouse
      • Including: Conditional Resident Spouse
    • D5.2 – 2014 JANUARY to 2014 DECEMBER – Guarantor Account Details
      • Guarantor Account: U.S. Citizen Spouse
      • Including: Conditional Resident Spouse
    • D5.3 – 2015 JUNE – Unified Billing Statement
      • Guarantor Account: U.S. Citizen Spouse
      • Including: Conditional Resident Spouse
    • D5.4 – 2016 FEBRUARY – Billing Sheet (Emergency Room Visit)
      • Guarantor Account: U.S. Citizen Spouse
      • Including: Conditional Resident Spouse
  • D6 – Internet Billing
    • D6.1 – 2015 APRIL
    • D6.2 – 2016 JANUARY
  • D7 – Mobile Phone / Data Billing
    • D7.1 – 2014 OCTOBER
    • D7.2 – 2015 OCTOBER

 

2.5 Years Worth of Documents | Hello again, USCIS! I know it's time to file my I-751 | ©2016 - onwards, Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

2.5 Years Worth of Documents | Hello again, USCIS! I know it’s time to file my I-751 | ©2016 – onwards, Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

 

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Send in your documents and wait for correspondence from USCIS (I-797 / Notice of Action / NOA1)

Send in your I-751 ROC Package to the designated USCIS Service Center that services your State. THIS IS IMPORTANT.

If you are a resident of the following states, send your I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence to this USCIS Service Center:

USCIS California Service Center
P.O. Box 10751
Laguna Niguel, CA 92607-1075

  • Alaska
  • American Samoa
  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Florida
  • Guam
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Louisiana
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming
If you are a resident of the following states, send your I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence to this USCIS Service Center:

USCIS Vermont Service Center
75 Lower Welden Street
P.O. Box 200
St. Albans, VT 05479-0001

  • Alabama
  • Arkansas
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Georgia
  • Kentucky
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Mississippi
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Pennsylvania
  • Puerto Rico
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • U.S. Virgin Islands
  • West Virginia

For an updated list of States and their corresponding service centers, please refer to the USCIS I-751 Page found on: https://www.uscis.gov/i-751

 

Sending through USPS Priority Express - I-751 Removing of Conditions | I-751 Removing of Conditions (ROC) Walkthrough | ©2016, onwards. Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

Sending through USPS Priority Express – I-751 Removing of Conditions | I-751 Removing of Conditions (ROC) Walkthrough | ©2016, onwards. Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

 

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Sample I-751 ROC Cover Letter

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Download a Sample I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence (ROC) Cover Letter.



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