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Hi! I need input and help on what to do please. 

My removal of conditional status is on the process and already got my NOA1 2months ago but just found out my green card is nowhere to be found.  Whats the first thing should I do?  I tried calling USCIS but it took so much time for the hold until I got disconnected and it says in the website I don’t need to apply for replacement if I’m on ROC.  Thanks in advance 

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You need to make an infopass appointment and get a stamp. You would not be able to renew/replace conditional GC using online system.


Removal of Conditions

CIS Office :California Service Center

Receipt #: WAC18096XXXXX

Date Filed :2018-01-02

NOA Date :2018-01-04

18 month courtesy copy: 2018-08-18

18 month official copy: 2018-10-22

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