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Stolen expired green card while application pending

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Hi,

My stolen expired green card has been stolen and I only have left my passport and the NOA.

My case is pending at the VTC but I will soon need to take a trip outside the USA.

I thought about applying for a replacement card but It seems strange to apply for a replacement of an expired card.

I am thinking going to my nearest field office but I don't know if they will be able to help me?

What do you think?

Thank you

JG

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File a police report about the stolen card. Take a copy of the police report, a copy of your stolen card and your original NOA to your local office and ask to get your passport stamped so you can travel.

Your local office is the best place to start. They should be able to help you.


Timeline for Naturalization:

Day 1: Application delivered to AZ

Timeline for Removing Conditions:

Green card received 117 days after application was delivered to USCIS

Timeline for AOS:

Green card received 120 days after application was delivered to USCIS

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Just get a police report (you need some proof it was stolen and also to let them know that there is a card out there) and get a stamp at your local office... this is now your proof of residency, ability to work and travel!


Mailed N-400 March 6th via priority certified mail and Rec'd 9th (confirmation by USPS)

NOA rec'd: 3/19/2009 (date 3/16/2009, priority 3/9/2009)

Biometrics rec'd 3/26/2009, appt 4/9/2009

IL: 5/22/09

ID: 07/06/2009

Oath: 07/16/2009

SSN updated: 7/16/2009 (not received yet)

Passport rec'd: 8/15/2009(nat. certif not rec'd yet)

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Thanks everybody. Will do. I am trying to get an infopass to our brand new field office in Raleigh NC instead of having to drive all the way to Charlotte NC. No appointments are available so I will try everyday.

Thanks

Make sure the office in Raleigh is a district office and not an Application Support Centre, an ASC won't be able to help you.


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Jan 17, 2014 N-400 submitted

Jan 27, 2014 NOA received and cheque cashed

Feb 13, 2014 Biometrics scheduled

Nov 7, 2014 NOA received and interview scheduled


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Thanks everybody. Will do. I am trying to get an infopass to our brand new field office in Raleigh NC instead of having to drive all the way to Charlotte NC. No appointments are available so I will try everyday.

Thanks

At the Raleigh office, they require you to surrender your expired green card in order to get the stamp in your PP.

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I don't have the green card anymore so that's why I need the stamp.

I talked to the person at the 1800 number and this is what she told me to do: bring my passport, the NOA and two pictures and I should be good to go.

I finally got an appointment (Next Monday) by logging in at 6:00am this morning on the website.

Yeah.

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