Humanities › Issues How to Fill out Form I-751 Share Flipboard Email Print Cultura RM / Steven Lam / Getty Images Issues Immigration Immigration Politics Inmigración en Español The U. S. Government U.S. Foreign Policy U.S. Liberal Politics U.S. Conservative Politics Women's Issues Civil Liberties The Middle East Terrorism Race Relations Crime & Punishment Animal Rights Canadian Government View More By Jennifer McFadyen Immigration Expert Jennifer McFadyen is a freelance writer specializing in immigration-related issues, news, and laws. our editorial process Jennifer McFadyen Updated March 15, 2020 If you obtained your conditional resident status through marriage to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you’ll need to use Form I-751 to apply to the USCIS to remove the conditions on your residence and receive your 10-year green card. The following steps will walk you through the seven sections of the I-751 form that you need to complete. Be sure to include this form in your Petition to Remove Conditions in your Permanent Residence package. Difficulty: Average Time Required: Less than 1 hour Fill out the Form Information about you: Provide your full legal name, address, mailing address, and personal information.The basis for the petition: If you are removing conditions jointly with your spouse, check “a.” If you are a child filing an independent petition, check “b.” If you are not filing jointly and require a waiver, check one of the remaining options.Additional information about you: If you have been known by any other names, list them here. List the date and place of your marriage and your spouse's date of death, if applicable. Otherwise, write “N/A.” Check yes or no for each of the remaining questions.Information about the spouse or parent: Provide the details about your spouse (or parent, if you are a child filing independently) through whom you gained your conditional residence.Information about your children: List the full name, birth date, alien registration number (if any), and current status for each of your children.Signature: Sign and print your name and the date the form. If you’re filing jointly, your spouse must also sign the form.Signature of the person preparing the form: If a third party, such as a lawyer, prepares the form for you, he or she must complete this section. If you completed the form yourself, you may write “N/A” on the signature line. Take care to answer all the questions accurately and honestly. Things to Remember Type or print legibly using black ink. The form can be filled out online using a PDF reader, such as Adobe Acrobat, or you may print out the pages to fill them in manually.Attach additional sheets, if necessary. If you need extra space to complete an item, attach a sheet with your name and date at the top of the page. Indicate the item number and sign and date the page.Make sure your answers are honest and complete. U.S. officials take immigrant marriages very seriously and you should, too. The penalties for fraud can be severe.Answer all the questions. If the question is not applicable to your situation, write “N/A.” If the answer to the question is none, write “NONE.” What You Need Form I-751 Filing Fee As of January 2016, the government charges a fee of $505 for filing Form I-751. You may be required to pay an additional $85 biometric services fee, for a total of $590. See the form instructions for payment details. Each conditional resident child listed under Part 5 of the form, who is a dependent seeking to remove the conditional status, is required to submit an additional biometric services fee of $85 regardless of the child's age. Sources "I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence." U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, 14 February 2020, https://www.uscis.gov/i-751.