The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services office is automatically extending the validity of Permanent Resident Cards or Green Cards to 24 months for legal permanent residents; Since September 26, notices of modified receipts have begun to be printed
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office is automatically extending the validity of Permanent Resident Cards, also known as Green Cards, to 24 months for lawful permanent residents.
Applicants who correctly file an Expiring or Expiring Form I-91, Application for Replacement Permanent Resident Card, may receive such an extension.
Previously, Form I-90 receipt notices had a 12-month extension of Green Card validity, but USCIS has updated receipt notices and are now valid for 24 months for Form I-90 holders. newly introduced.
The update began to be made by the USCIS on September 26 and since then they have been given the task of printing notices of modified receipts for people with a pending Form I-90.
According to USCIS, these receipt notices can be presented along with the expired Green Card as proof of continued status; With this action, it is hoped that applicants experiencing longer processing times will be able to receive proof of lawful permanent resident status while they wait for their renewed Green Card.
In the event that a resident does not have their Green Card and needs to verify their lawful permanent resident status while waiting to receive their replacement Green Card, they may request an appointment at a USCIS Field Office through the USCIS Contact Center where they will issue an Alien Documentation, Identification and Telecommunications (ADIT) stamp after filing Form I-90.
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