May 18, 2011 | Legal Permanent Residents (LPR)
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A. Yes. USCIS grants two-year conditional permanent residence to individuals who got their immigrant visas based on marriage if the person became a resident within two years of that marriage. Time while a conditional time permanent resident counts toward the three or five years of continuous residence required for naturalization.