How can you tell if you are a conditional resident?
You can make out whether you are a conditional permanent resident or a legal permanent resident through your permanent resident card, which is well known as a green card. If you are a conditional resident, your green card will be valid only for two years. Whereas, if you are a permanent resident, the green card you hold will be valid for a ten year period.
Likewise, you can find your class of admission printed on the front side of your green card. If you are a conditional resident, your class of admission will start with CR.
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