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How do I track my parents green cards after their entry into the US?

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So if you check my timeline I applied for IR5 for both my parents. They came to the US on the 5th of this month. I was wondering about tracking the green card. How can I track it to see when it goes in production? I tried the old USCIS file numbers but they still show that the files were sent to NVC. I tried the IOE (the confirmation after paying the immigrant fees)  numbers as well but it shows invalid.

If you could help me out and let me know how I can track them.


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Thank you for your reply KierenHby.

Prior to my parents entrance to the US, the IOE number showed the date I paid the immigrant fees for both of them. Now when I use that number it shows invalid. So are the IOE numbers that I got the numbers that would allow me to track the production of the green card in the future or are those just confirmation numbers for fee payment?


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