You may be able to get your passport stamped at an Infopass appointment. I'm not sure what you mean by "extended" because there is no such thing. IF you are referring to the stamp, you can get another stamp. There is no set limit, but after 2-3 stamping it gets more difficult. It is impossible to say why your case is taking a long time. A lawyer could place an inquiry on your behalf to get more information. You may also be eligible for citizenship, which would save you a lot of headache.Ask a similar question
You can schedule an infopass appointment or call the toll free number listed on www.uscis.gov. You should be fine with the extension. You can get another one if your case is still pending.
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Unfortunately the USCIS is not as user-friendly as we would all like. Your temporary extension will work for the issues you mention.Ask a similar question
Schedule an InfoPass appointment. They will stamp your passport if you show them the I-90 receipt. Have you thought about applying for citizenship?
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Without reviewing your case of the LPR card it is impossible to provide an opinion what exactly might b the reason. However, having said that, five months in not inordinate amount of time to wait for a LPR renewal. You have to complete the process and receive a new card as your subsequent admission to the United States, absent a LPR stamp in the foreign passport or any evidence of action that your card renewal is pending, may create difficulties.
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You can make an Infopass appointment and have your passport stamped which you can use to travel. Yes, it is normal that you do not receive any correspondence. Have you called the NCSC number on the receipt notice? Have you checked the receipt notice online at www.uscis.gov? Be sure that no Request for Evidence was issued...
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