I lost my green card and applied for a replacement green card (Form I-90) five years ago. I never received the green card but I still have the receipt showing that I applied for my replacement and paid. Can I use this receipt to apply for my citizenship? I have seen where it says that you just have to attach a receipt of your I-90 if you do not have a tangible/physical green card. Thanks in advance.
Why have you waited 5 years to inquire about the card?
Tak your I-90 receipt and passport into an InfoPass appointment
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