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I had to apply for a replacement green card. (conditional permanent resident )

did e file on USCIS website on april 22nd. On the 24th, I received a receipt and biometric appointment letter online (not regular mail, paper mail arrived on the 28 and 29th respectively ) .

I printed out the biometric appointment letter on USCIS portal and brought it to USCIS ASC in Jamaica Queens on the 25th. They let me walk in and did my fingerprints that was suppose to be on the 12th of may.

Today I logged in to my USCIS account and saw that my application has been approved (USCIS has approved your application, petition, or request. USCIS will mail your proof of benefit or USCIS action to you.)

I haven't received that card yet. But from applying to getting approved , it is less than 2 weeks? hard to believe!

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