Yes, make an INFOPASS appointment with your local USCIS office to have the I-551 stamp placed in your passport. Bring your I-90 filing receipt with you.
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Yes, schedule an inforpass. Produce a police report and explain. You will need a receipt of I-90 filed and paid for to have your passport stamped.
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