The action notice says because I filed too early, but I actually filed 90 days + 1 wk after the day I became eligible for citizenship yet it was rejected. My permanent resident card is actually good for 11 years because it was produced a year after I became a permanent resident because of errors committed by the USCIS officials could have the production of my card a year later be a factor in my rejection notice or could it just be simple error?
Without looking at the documentation it is difficult to tell why your application was rejected. The fact that your card is good for 11 years is indicative of a possible problem as cards can only be good for 2 or 10 years. There is no such things as an 11 year card.
The date you became a permanent resident should be on your card. If that is not correct it could lead to a rejection. The date the card was produced is not the date you became a resident.
Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your documents and give you a answer specific to the facts of your case and advise you the best way to proceed.
We cannot tell you why your application was rejected if we have not had an opportunity to review the rejection notice. It is likely that your "11 year green card" which actually doesn't exist, is to blame. Consult with an immigration attorney to determine the best way forward. This is not the time to resort to self-help.
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