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The answer to your question is yes. The only reason why I asked was that with the work sponsorship I do not have to do any interview, just file the paperwork and I will have my 10 year green card within 6 months. But with the removal of condition for my current and new green card; I will again have to do biometrics, come up with more proof, possible a next interview and waiting approx 2-3 years from now to get the 10 year.
Many thanks for you reply. One final question in regard to you answer. I already have the conditional 2 year green card. Can I still go ahead and apply for the 10 year through work employment?
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