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As to your question, yes, the I-751
is correct. Just like you, when an individual gets a 2-year conditional green card
, they have to apply for removal of conditions on the green card by filing form I-751, Application for removal of conditions.
But the I-751 cannot be filed any earlier than 90 days before the expiration of the conditional green card. So 90 days before it expires, file form I-751.
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