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2011/01/07 -- USCIS Field Operations and AILA Q and A
Look at Question 10 and USCIS' answer in attached document. It is by no means clear what exactly is the USCIS policy on the issue of whether conditional permanent residents with an outstanding NTA in removal proceedings has conditional permanent resident status which has been "revived" after termination of CPR status by I-829 denial notice, or whether CPR status can never be taken away until the final administrative order of removal has been entered. However, the below language does make it relatively clear that CPRs in removal proceedings do continue to have CPR status which must be provided by a way of temporary stamps in passports.