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Hi I am here in the us now for almost two years this coming july of 2011, but I have a big problem recently I found out that I lost my green card together with other credit card. This coming April I will send off my removal of condition, my questions are do I need to apply for the replacement of my lost/stolen green card? and if I will apply how many days it takes to get it? I am hoping somebody know or had the the same experience. Thanks

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your green card, do you have copy of it fron and back, if you do then use that copy to file your removel of conditions you will get a one year extension letter, your bio, if your approvel you receive a ten year permnanent card,...if you want a new permnanent residence card you file form 1-90 the fee is365.00 plus bio fee 85.00 if any.also did yoy make a police report, good luck

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File a police report.

It can take 6 months to replace the card.

You have to pay fees and file an I-90 like jkelly said.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

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For ROC you only need to send in a photocopy of the front and the back of your lost Green Card. If you have those, and you should have scanned the card right after getting it, you probably get away with not having to pay for a new card.

If you not only lost your Green Card (how did that happen?) but also failed to scan it and/or made a copy of it, you will have to file an I-90 for $450 for a new one which you will never receive.


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