I recently applied for the removal of conditions from my GC and I have had the status read " your new card is being produced" for a while. How long does it take to actually receive the card in the mail?
Not more than 3 weeks. Should you not have received it by then, you'll need to schedule an INFOPASS inquiry appointment at your local office to inquire.
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Generally, 30 days is the processing time. If you do not receive anything within 30-45 days, you need to contact them.
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If you do not receive your resident card within 45 days after receiving your notice, I suggest that you contact the USCIS 1–800 hotline. You also can schedule an INFOPASS appointment with the local USCIS office. Good luck to you.
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