Once you have filed your I-751 petition to remove conditions on your permanent residency, the USCIS will mail you a letter stating its approval or denial. If denied, the letter will state the reasoning for the decision accompanied by a Notice to Appear (“NTA”) in the immigration court for removal proceedings. Once you are placed in deportation, remember you must attend your hearing. However, you should view this procedure as a chance for your case to be fully heard and given a second opportunity to get your conditional status removed.
Keep in mind, once your I-751 is denied, your lawful permanent residency is terminated. Therefore, you will no longer be authorized to work or travel, and your continued residency within the US is at high risk. For these reasons, it is necessary to be proactive in preparing and filing a polished, thorough petition to avoid denial and having your case put through removal proceedings.
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