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My wife is a permanent resident.  Her green card expires in January.  We have started the naturalization process.  Fingerprints are done and waiting for the next step.

We have a trip to China scheduled April 18th.  Will Homeland Security give a temp or do we need to apply for an extension or new residency card in order to travel?  China says the card must have 6 months to a year left before expiration in order to travel.

What is the time frame to get a new residency card?

What is the time frame for naturalization?

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It's difficult to say when your case might be processed without knowing when you applied, which office, etc.

 

The best answer is that one month from her green card expiration/extension letter expiring, she will need to go to USCIS to get an I-551 stamp. Those are typically valid for six months or one year. It is as the discretion of the officer. 

 

Cases vary - Pending I-751 since August 2016, N-400 from July 2017, and appointment for N-400 on October 11th. 

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