Permanent resident living in the u.s.a well over 5 years but only applied for citizenship a month ago. I received my biometrics appointment notice for a date that happens to be the day after my PR card expires.
You're application would not be denied just because your card expired. However, that does not mean there could be other reasons for a possible denial. More information would be needed in that case. However, just because your card is expired, by itself, is not a reason to deny your citizenship application.
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LPR status is separate from your LPR card, which is a document that confirms the status not establishes it. While card expires, the status does not with the card.
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