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For various reasons, the need may arise to replace or renew your green card. You should apply to replace your Permanent Resident Card if your card has been lost, stolen, damaged, or if any of the information on your card needs to be changed. Additionally, if you became a permanent resident prior to your 14th birthday, you must replace your green card when you turn 14 years old. You must also replace your green card if:

  • There has been any change in your commuter/permanent resident status
  • Any of the information on your card is incorrect or has changed since your most recent card was issued
  • You are in possession of an older version of the alien registration card, including USCIS Form I-151, Form AR-3, or Form AR-103- all of which are no longer valid proof of your immigration status, or
  • You never received the previous card issued to you by USCIS

If you are a permanent resident with a form I-551 valid for 10 years and your card has already expired or will expire within the next 6 months, you should renew your green card. This does not apply to conditional residents, however. A conditional resident whose status is expiring should use Form I-751 in order to remove the conditions on your permanent resident status. Submit your completed application to USCIS within the 6 months prior to your card’s expiration to avoid any problems that an expired permanent resident card may present.

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Once you take our free, easy to understand eligibility quizzes, our system will choose the best option for you. After answering simple questions, the appropriate immigration form will be generated for you. Our step-by-step instructions will tell you what to do next, how much to pay and where to send your form.


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All our eligibility quizzes are prepared by experienced immigration attorneys and are easy to use and understand. It only takes several minutes to complete a quiz and find out if you all eligible to apply. If you pass the quiz we will automatically choose all required forms for your immigration case

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We provide you with all immigration forms you will need to submit to the USCIS and receive a positive result. Our forms are customised to ensure that you fully understand all questions and provide accurate answers in all required fields

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Once you fill out your immigration form(s) our system will generate a customized checklist of documents you will need to submit to the USCIS with your immigration case. You can easily upload your documents into our system and request an attorney review to ensure that they are accurate and sufficient

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  • No Mistakes. Simplified quizzes ensure that you understand the questions so that you can give complete and accurate answers.
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  • Your Progress will be Automatically Saved. You can save your progress anytime and come back later to finish without losing all your work.
  • Document Check list. Predefined and customized list of all supporting documents based on your immigration case and your answers.
  • Step by Step Instructions. We include everything from how to assemble your completed documents into a proper filing package, how to write the check to USCIS, and where you will need to mail your application for filing. We even provide with free shipping label (USPS).
  • Access from Your Mobile Device. On the go? No problem. Use our handy mobile app to keep working even when you’re not at home.
  • Quick and Easy Preparation. Use your phone to take pictures of your supporting documents and easily upload them to your file.
  • Certified Translation of Supporting Documents. You can upload your own translated copy or we can translate your required supporting documents into English. (Extra charges apply)

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All our eligibility quizzes are prepared by experienced immigration attorneys and are easy to use and understand. It only takes several minutes to complete a quiz andfind outif you alleligible to apply. If you pass the quiz we will automatically choose all required forms for your immigration case.

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We provide you with all immigration forms you will needto submit tothe USCIS and receive a positive result. Our Questionaries are customized to ensure that you fully understand all questions and provide accurate answers in all required fields.

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Once you fill out your immigration form(s) oursystem will generate a customized checklist ofdocuments you will needto submit to the USCIS with your immigration case. You can easily upload your documents into oursystem and request anattorney review toensure that they are accurate and sufficient.

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Once your application ready tobe filed you will be provided with detailed instructions onwhere to file and FREE Shipping to USCIS from you home. Also what to expect after your case is filed with the USCIS.

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General instruction by USCIS

Replacing Conditional Resident Card/Replacing Permanent Resident Card

If you are a permanent resident needing to replace your green card or a conditional resident needing to replace your two-year green card, you can initiate the application process for a replacement card by completing the E-Filing Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card online, or by filling out a paper Form I-90 and returning it by mail.

Renewing Permanent Resident Card While Inside the United States

If you are a permanent resident and you are inside the United States when your 10-year green card expires or will expire in the next 6 months, you can initiate the renewal process by completing the E-Filing Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card online. Or you may fill out a paper Form I-90 and return it by mail.

Along with your Form I-90, you must submit a photocopy of your expired or expiring green card. If your name has changed since your card was issued, you must provide documented evidence of this name change (i.e. marriage certificate, adoption decree, court order, etc.).

Renewing Permanent Resident Card from Outside the United States

If your green card will expire sometime in the next 6 months and you are outside the United States but plan on returning within 1 year of leaving, and before the card expires, you must file your application for renewal immediately upon returning to the United States.

If, however, you are outside the U.S. when your green card expires and you did not apply for a renewal card before leaving, you must contact the closest USCIS office, U.S. Consulate, or U.S. port of entry prior to filing Form I-90 for a renewal card.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to get my green card renewed?

It takes approximately 10-12 months to receive your new green card. When you take your renewal application in person to USCIS, they will create a temporary proof of status for you using your passport picture. This document will be valid for one year.

Will I be penalized if my card has already expired?

No. USCIS will not penalize you if your green card has expired. However, you should apply to renew your green card as soon as possible.

What will happen if I don’t renew my green card?

Although your permanent resident status will not be affected, you could have problems finding employment, obtaining benefits, or re-entering the United States from abroad if you do not renew your expiring green card.

Can conditional permanent residents file Form I-90 for green card renewal?

No. A conditional permanent resident card is valid only for 2 years. During the 90-day period before the card expires, the conditional resident is required to file a petition to have the condition(s) removed.

What should I do if I am physically unable to go to my local USCIS office?

Contact your local USCIS office to request special accommodations if you are physically ill, disabled, or otherwise unable to appear in person.

How do I know when to renew my green card?

Green cards issued since 1989 show an expiration date on the front of the card indicating when the card needs to be renewed.

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