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Green Card Replacement



How to replace your green card


To replace an expired, lost, stolen, or damaged green card, you will need to fill out an "Application to Replace Permanent Residence Card" also known as Form I-90, provide supporting documentation, and, if required, pay a filing fee.

The standard green card replacement fee is $455, plus $85 for biometric services, for a total of $540.



We can help you complete the required form to replace your Green Card and to apply for a Fee Waiver if you cannot afford the USCIS filing fees.


Contact Latino Service for more information.


 

Who needs to get their green card replaced?


Now there are some specific reasons why you might want to get your green card replacement. You must replace your green card if:

  • Your Green Card is either expired or will expire within the next six months; Your previous card was lost, stolen, mutilated, or destroyed.

  • You received your card before you were 14 and you have reached your 14th birthday (unless your card expires before your 16th birthday).

  • Your card contains incorrect information.

  • You have legally changed your name or other biographic information on the card since you last received your card.

There are additional situations in which you also must replace your Green Card. For more information you may visit https://www.uscis.gov/…/after-green…/replace-your-green-card

 

IF YOUR GREEN CARD EXPIRES WHILE TRAVELING ABROAD


You may confront issues boarding your return flight. You'll face extra examination when you land at a U.S. port of entry, (for example, an air terminal) and could even be denied authorization to return the United States.


 

How much it costs to replace your Green Card?


The standard green card replacement expense is $455, in addition to $85 for biometric administrations, for a total of $540. A few applicants don't need to pay or must pay just the biometrics charge.


How much time does it take to get a Green Card replacement?


The average time to replace a lost or taken green card, as of today in 2020, is 5–8 months. However, processing times change routinely. For the most recent hold up time gauge, it would be ideal if you visit the USCIS site.


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