USCIS Reissues Receipt Notices for Extensions of Conditional Permanent Resident Status

On Oct. 16, 2018, USCIS began issuing new receipt notices for certain Forms I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, to replace previously issued receipt notices containing inaccurate information.  

In August 2018, USCIS issued receipt notices for certain pending Form I-751 petitions to extend conditional permanent resident (CPR) status from 12 months to 18 months. These receipt notices were issued to provide an additional six months of CPR status to the I-751 petitioners while they continue to wait for their petition to be adjudicated. Some of the receipt notices contained incorrect information that does not affect the extension of the CPR status.

Petitioners who received incorrect receipt notices will receive corrected ones shortly. If you have not received a corrected receipt notice by Nov. 15, 2018, please reach out to the USCIS Contact Center.

If you:Then:
Do not have an attorney or accredited representative, but you received a receipt notice that said your attorney or accredited representative received your original receipt notice …

You will receive a corrected original receipt notice shortly. Please review the notice you have already received, and if any other information is incorrect, return that receipt notice to the following address and indicate what information is incorrect.  

USCIS Office of Privacy
Attn: Incident Response Program
20 Massachusetts Avenue, NW 
Suite 5306
Washington, DC 20529-2050 

If your information on the receipt notice you already received is correct, then you can disregard these instructions.

Are an attorney or accredited representative who received a receipt notice for your client that has incorrect information ...

You will receive a corrected receipt notice shortly. Please return the receipt notice with incorrect information to the following address and indicate what information is incorrect.  

USCIS Office of Privacy
Attn: Incident Response Program
20 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 5306
Washington, DC 20529-2050

If you received an incorrect receipt notice and need to travel internationally or prove your continued status before you receive a corrected receipt notice, you may submit a case inquiry to receive further instructions.

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