I would wait another few weeks and if oyu have not received it make an appointment at USCIS and check on the status of the fingerprint notice.
Your options are:
2) make an InfoPass or call the number on your receipt.
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You can always make an infopass appt, show them your I-90 notice, and have your passport stamped at the Infopass to have proof of LPR status for the moment. At the same time you can ask whether they think biometrics will be needed and whether this is a longer time than normal. In my experience, it is not abnormal, but you will likely feel more comfortable having proof of your status!
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