ReplaceRenew Green Card I-90

About the service

The Green Card Replacement or Renewal Application, Form I-90, is used by lawful permanent residents (green card holders) to request a replacement for a lost, stolen, damaged, or expired green card. It is essential to keep your green card up to date and in good condition to maintain your lawful permanent resident status in the United States.

Benefits of the status/service

  • Maintain Legal Status: Renewing your green card with Form I-90 ensures that you maintain your lawful permanent resident status in the United States, allowing you to continue living and working in the country without interruption.
  • Documentation of Status: A valid green card is official documentation of your lawful permanent resident status, which may be required for various purposes such as employment verification, travel, and obtaining government benefits.
  • Peace of Mind: By promptly replacing a lost, stolen, or damaged green card with Form I-90, you can have peace of mind knowing that you have the necessary documentation to prove your immigration status in the United States.

Why RAM Law Firm

At RAM Law Firm, we understand the importance of maintaining valid immigration documentation and the implications of an expired, lost, or damaged green card. Here’s why you should choose us to assist you with your green card replacement or renewal:

  • Efficient Process: Our experienced immigration attorneys are well-versed in the green card replacement and renewal process, ensuring efficient handling of your Form I-90 application to minimize delays and expedite the issuance of your new green card.
  • Guidance and Support: We provide comprehensive guidance and support throughout the green card replacement or renewal process, addressing any questions or concerns you may have and keeping you informed of the status of your application every step of the way.
  • Attention to Detail: With meticulous attention to detail, we ensure that your Form I-90 application is completed accurately and thoroughly, reducing the likelihood of errors or omissions that could result in delays or denials.

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Frequently Ask Questions

  • When should I renew my green card with Form I-90?

    You should renew your green card with Form I-90 if your current card is expiring within the next six months or if it has been lost, stolen, damaged, or contains incorrect information.
  • How long does it take to renew a green card with Form I-90?

    Processing times for Form I-90 can vary depending on factors such as USCIS workload and the completeness of your application. On average, receiving a new green card after filing Form I-90 takes several months.
  • Can I travel outside the U.S. while my green card renewal application is pending?

    If your green card has expired, you should obtain a temporary travel document (e.g., a transportation letter) from a USCIS office before traveling outside the U.S. while your Form I-90 application is pending. Otherwise, you risk being denied re-entry to the U.S.
  • What should I do if my green card is lost or stolen?

    If your green card is lost or stolen, you should report it to the USCIS and apply for a replacement with Form I-90 as soon as possible to prevent potential identity theft or misuse of your immigration status.
  • Can I work in the U.S. while my green card renewal application is pending?

    If your green card renewal application includes an employment authorization (Form I-765) application, you may be eligible to work in the United States while your Form I-90 application is pending. However, you must meet certain eligibility criteria outlined by USCIS.
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