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  • Renewing Your Permanent Resident Card (Part One)

    How do I renew my Permanent Resident Card? File a Form I-90 with USCIS to renew your Permanent Resident Card. Form I-90 is available on our web site at www.uscis.gov. If you file Form I-90 by mail, you will need to include supporting evidence, such as a copy of your expired or e...

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  • Renewing Your Permanent Resident Card (Part Two)

    Do I need to carry my Permanent Resident Card with me at all times? Yes. The Permanent Resident Card, Form I-551, is issued to all Permanent Residents as evidence of alien registration and their permanent resident status in the U.S. The card must be in your possession at all tim...

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  • Replacement Green Cards (Part One)

    10 YEAR CARD EXPIRED OR EXPIRING AND WANTS NEW CARD You can obtain Form I-90 from the USCIS website. You may file Form I-90 by mail or you may file it on www.uscis.gov electronically. Regardless of how you file, you will be mailed a notice scheduling you for an appointment to go...

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  • Replacement Green Cards (Part Two)

    10 YEAR OR CARD WITH NO EXPIRATION DATE - CARD LOST, STOLEN OR DESTROYED OR WANTS NEW CARD You need to file Form I-90. You can obtain Form I-90 from the USCIS website. You may file Form I-90 by mail or you may file it on our web site electronically. Regardless of how you file, y...

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  • Replacement Green Cards (Part Three)

    TURNED 14 SINCE LAST CARD ISSUED Every permanent resident who obtained permanent resident status prior to turning age 14 is required by law to register and have his/her fingerprints taken when he/she turns 14. To do this, a permanent resident turning 14 files an I-90 on or after...

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  • Replacement Green Cards (Part Four)

    TWO YEAR CARD LOST, STOLEN, OR DESTROYED If your card has been lost, stolen, or destroyed, you can file a Form I-90. You will still be required to file a Form I-751 to remove the conditions of your permanent residence within 90 days before the expiration date of your lost, stol...

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  • Replacement Green Cards (Part Five)

    TWO YEAR CARD NAME OR OTHER BIOGRAPHICAL CHANGE If your card will expire within 6 months, you should wait to file Form I-751 until within 90 days before the date of your cards expiration. At that time, submit evidence of your name change or other information that needs to be ch...

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  • Removing 2-Year Condition on Green Card (Part One)

    Who is eligible to apply to remove conditions on his or her permanent residence? You may apply to remove your conditions on permanent residence if: * You are still married to the same U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident after two years (your children may be included in you...

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  • Removing 2-Year Condition on Green Card (Part Two)

    What initial evidence must I provide to remove conditions? You must provide the following initial evidence with your I-751: A copy of your permanent resident or alien registration card and a copy of the permanent resident or alien registration card of any of your conditional re...

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  • Removing 2-Year Condition on Green Card (Part Three)

    Do I need the signature of my spouse to file the I-751? In most cases, the signature of the spouse is required; however, it may be possible for you to get a waiver of the joint filing requirement if you qualify based on one of the following circumstances: * Due to the death of y...

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