What is Form I-751?

by Carter Toni

Depending on your circumstances, you may be required to fill out and file a form called Form I-751. This is a form used by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services to remove conditions on your residence. The information provided on this form will help USCIS to verify that you are qualified to remain in the United States.

The Form I-751 requires you to submit personal and biographic information. The information required includes your full name, date of birth, social security number, physical address, country of citizenship, marital status, and more. You can fill out the form on your computer or by hand. You may also pay the fee using a personal check or money order. You can also pay using the USCIS online fee calculator tool.

You may have to pay for biometric services as well. Biometric services will be provided by the USCIS, and you will be required to provide your fingerprints and photographs. This is a fee of $85. You can also pay using a credit card, but you will be charged for the biometrics services. If you are over age 79, you will not have to pay the biometrics fee.

You will also need to fill out a separate section for anyone who helped you fill out the Form I-751. You will need to list their name, phone number, and address. You may also be required to provide a sign language interpreter for someone with a disability. If you choose to request a sign language interpreter, you will need to provide accurate contact information.

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