Dear I-751 Applicant,
You may use the sample cover letter on the following page to help you file Form I-751 jointly with your spouse.
This is a sample cover letter for you to use as a guide. Do not submit the letter on the following page without updating it to fit your specific situation. The example also includes references to a conditional permanent resident child. If you are not filing with a child, you can remove this reference.
The letter also lists several examples of your bona fide marriage. If these examples do not apply to you, use examples of your own. You may also add details that you believe will provide additional evidence of a valid marriage.
Please refer to your custom filing instructions from CitizenPath for the USCIS mailing address, filing fee and more examples of documents that can be used to provide evidence.
CitizenPath Support Team
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April 14, 2016
[Insert USCIS Service Center address as provided in your CitizenPath filing instructions]
RE: Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence for:
[Name of immigrant K-1 spouse], [A#000000000]
[Name of K-2 child], [A#000000000]
Dear USCIS Officer:
I am filing a joint Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, with my immigrant wife, [name of immigrant spouse] and her son, [name of immigrant child]. My wife entered the U.S. on a K-1 visa and her son followed on a K-2 visa. We married upon her arrival and have remained living together happily. We respectfully request that this petition be accepted for removal of conditions on residence for [name of immigrant spouse] and [name of immigrant child].
We have enclosed Form I-751, a check for $[USCIS fee amount], and copies of the permanent resident cards for [name of immigrant spouse] and [name of immigrant child]. Please also please find the following documents enclosed to verify the status of our marriage and ongoing relationship:
Pursuant to 8 CFR §216.4(b)(1) and in consideration of the enclosed evidence we respectfully request that the interview requirement be waived.
I appreciate your prompt attention to this matter and respectfully request your favorable adjudication of this petition.
[name of U.S. citizen or permanent resident joint filer]