Given her age, your grandmother should not be required to do biometrics. She should consider applying for citizenship if eligible rather than paying for a renewal green card. Best wishes.
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She will not have to pay the biometrics fee based on her age. She may also qualify for the I912 fee waiver based on her financial status.
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I agree with my colleagues, the biometrics can be waived as can the filing fee.
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