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Gathering up I-751 documents. Letter of explanation & lost green card

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Hello all,

 

I was just wondering how anyone on here has dealt with a lost green card when sending in I-751 form and supporting documents.

I have a stamp on my passport which shows that I can work in the U.S./travel abroad until July, and I'm going to send in the I-751 package by the end of the week as my 90-day window closes on June 4th.

I was wondering if anyone on here has an idea of how to approach the lost green card situation with them, either by writing a separate explanation letter or maybe by just writing a little note in the cover letter?

 

P.S.: I am aware that I'll have to provide supporting documentation, such as a copy of the I-551 stamp, the biometrics appointment letter, etc.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thank you

 

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2 hours ago, AlessaEb said:

Hello all,

 

I was just wondering how anyone on here has dealt with a lost green card when sending in I-751 form and supporting documents.

I have a stamp on my passport which shows that I can work in the U.S./travel abroad until July, and I'm going to send in the I-751 package by the end of the week as my 90-day window closes on June 4th.

I was wondering if anyone on here has an idea of how to approach the lost green card situation with them, either by writing a separate explanation letter or maybe by just writing a little note in the cover letter?

 

P.S.: I am aware that I'll have to provide supporting documentation, such as a copy of the I-551 stamp, the biometrics appointment letter, etc.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thank you

 

Hi,

 

I saw this thread here and maybe this could give you some insights on what the person did when he lost his green card - http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/244875-filing-i-751-soon-but-lost-green-card/. Hope this helps. Regards.

 

 

 


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On 5/15/2017 at 8:49 PM, sweet01 said:

Hi,

 

I saw this thread here and maybe this could give you some insights on what the person did when he lost his green card - http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/244875-filing-i-751-soon-but-lost-green-card/. Hope this helps. Regards.

 

 

 

Thank you!!

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