We lost a lot of documentation in a fire and other than the green card number we have nothing. We would like to check the status since he got the green card back in 1995
You can order his file from the USCIS through the Freedom of Information Act.
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you can obtain his entire immigration record through FOIA. But if he was not in removal proceedings, not left the US to abandon residency, nothing should have happened to his green card status or I am not understanding you
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If he is still in the USA, yes it is. Now you know.
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If he has not left the US, then he needs to apply for a replacement.
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