are results faster if the process is doen electronically?
At a minimum, you should allow 3 months for processing, if not longer. You can monitor the status of your case, whether card renewal or replacement, by going to: https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/Dashboard.do
I would caution you not to hold USCIS to the processing time they list. My experience has been that they usually take longer.
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Not even an experienced attorney could definitely answer your questions on the time line of the LPR renewal as any filing (including electronic) is very specific to each particular case and the USCIS processes the filing not attorneys.
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