You'll have to get new ones. Depending. How old you are you can do that yourself or your mom will have to help.
File I-90 forms to replace the greencards.
Go to the SS office for new SS cards.
Contact your home government's embassy in Washington, DC to find out how to replace the passports.
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You file I90 and request a replacement of the card. Once you get it you go to SSA and ask for the replacement of that card too.
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