Immigrants who need to file the I-751 Removal of Conditions often worry that they will lose their immigration status if they are not able to file together with their spouse. For immigrants who are suffering from abuse, battery, or extreme cruelty, the fear and isolation are often magnified.

However, the I-751 Removal of Conditions can always be approved so long as the marriage was not solely for immigration purposes – even if the immigrant spouse files it alone. In this video, Jennifer Walker Gates explains how the I-751 process works for immigrants who have suffered abuse, battery, or extreme cruelty, as well as the definitions of these terms for immigration purposes, and how to prove your case.

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