1. Gather all important documents related to your I 751 application.
You will need to gather all of the following documents:
-Your I 751 application form.
-Copies of all important documents, which must be notarized.
-Evidence of termination of marriage.
2. Make copies of all the documents and have them notarized.
Make copies of all the documents and have them notarized by a notary public. This is to ensure that all of the copies are official and valid.
3. Complete the I 751 application form.
Complete the I 751 application form accurately and honestly. Be sure to include all pertinent information so that your application can be processed efficiently.
4. Gather evidence of termination of marriage.
Gather evidence that proves that your marriage has been terminated. This could be divorce papers, an annulment decree, or any other legal documentation that shows that your marriage is no longer valid.
5. Assemble all supporting documentation.
Assemble all supporting documentation that proves that you meet the requirements for the I 751 application. This could include proof of residency, income, employment, etc.
6. Mail the completed application and supporting documents to USCIS.
Mail the completed application and supporting documents to USCIS at the appropriate address. Be sure to include the correct payment for filing fees.
7. Wait for a response from USCIS.
Once you have mailed in your application, you will need to wait for a response from USCIS. They will review your application and let you know if it has been approved or denied.
8. If the I 751 is approved, you will receive a Green Card.
If your I 751 application is approved, you will receive a Green Card in the mail indicating that you are now a lawful permanent resident of the United States.