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I have question for those who already got their 10 year green card. The expiration date on the actual card, does it show to be expired in 10 years counting from the date of card production or the date of approval?

For example, if the date of decision in your approval letter is on Jan 5th, 2010 but the date of card production is on Jan 15th, 2010. Will the expiration date on 10 year green card be Jan 5th, 2020 or Jan 15th, 2020?

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Whats 10 days 10 years from now, in all likelihood you may decided to naturalize and become a citizen.

Anyway I believe 10 years from production date.

One thing about a 10 year card, is when it expires residency status does not get revoked or cancled, you are still an LPR, just one with an expired card, simply file an I-90 to get a new card.

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I know you say 10 yr card, my 2 year card was production ordered on December 8th. When I got my card it says December 3rd. Just my experience with the dates so far. Doesn't seem to really matter just as long as you know when the expiration is and don't forget that it is going to expire.


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Thank you Chetsd & YuAndDan

Thanks Inky. I know that he date of approval for 2 year green card will be printed on the card as mine was the same However, for 10 year green card .. I'm not sure if it's different. Any other 10 year green card approved applicant wanna share?

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Thank you Chetsd & YuAndDan

Thanks Inky. I know that he date of approval for 2 year green card will be printed on the card as mine was the same However, for 10 year green card .. I'm not sure if it's different. Any other 10 year green card approved applicant wanna share?

There is an expire date on my wife's ten year card.

Keep in mind the card expires however LPR status does not. USCIS recommends getting a new one ASAP when it expires. The date is not as critical as with the two year conditional card.


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I have question for those who already got their 10 year green card. The expiration date on the actual card, does it show to be expired in 10 years counting from the date of card production or the date of approval?

For example, if the date of decision in your approval letter is on Jan 5th, 2010 but the date of card production is on Jan 15th, 2010. Will the expiration date on 10 year green card be Jan 5th, 2020 or Jan 15th, 2020?

Who cares about 10 days over a 10 yr period?

My son sent in an I-90 to replace his card back in October.... Biometrics was in December... Card arrived the first week in February with a expiration date of 02.04.2021... 10 years from the date the card was produced

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Who cares about 10 days over a 10 yr period?

My son sent in an I-90 to replace his card back in October.... Biometrics was in December... Card arrived the first week in February with a expiration date of 02.04.2021... 10 years from the date the card was produced

Thank you payxibka. Your son file I-90 under what cause? his green card was stolen or expired?

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My wife recently received her 10yr card and the expiration date is 10 years from the date that we received the email that her ROC was approved and card production ordered.

Thank you Eric-Pris. So you received approval email and card production email on the same day, is that right?

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