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Wrong "Residence Since" date on card

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Hi all,

Just received my card Friday and just realized (stupid me) that it has the wrong residence since date instead of 2019 it has 2018. The actual month and day is correct. I know I need to file an I-90 and it seems like doing this by mail is not an option any more, strictly online only (from what I saw on USCIS website). Can somebody tell me the best way to go about rectifying this. What all do I need to include? I know I need to send in my card too? Can I even work with this since it has the wrong dates? If I send in my Green card can I use my EAD instead to find employment?

 

Another member here who is very helpful mentioned that I can get an I-551 stamp in my passport and this can be proof that I am legal to work. Can I go to any field office and get this done or it has to be my local field office? Also do I need to set an info pass or I can just go there and ask for the stamp?

 

This is beyond annoying and frustating.

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Might find some answers on this recent thread

 


I-751 journey

 

10/16/2017.......... ROC package mailed

10/18/2017.......... I-751 package received VSC

10/19/2017.......... I-797 NOA date

10/30/2017.......... Notice received in mail

10/30/2017.......... Check cashed

11/02/2017.......... Conditional GC expired

11/22/2017.......... Biometrics completed

  xx/xx/xxxx.......... waiting waiting waiting

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25 minutes ago, killadocg23 said:

Hi all,

Just received my card Friday and just realized (stupid me) that it has the wrong residence since date instead of 2019 it has 2018. The actual month and day is correct. I know I need to file an I-90 and it seems like doing this by mail is not an option any more, strictly online only (from what I saw on USCIS website). Can somebody tell me the best way to go about rectifying this. What all do I need to include? I know I need to send in my card too? Can I even work with this since it has the wrong dates? If I send in my Green card can I use my EAD instead to find employment?

 

Another member here who is very helpful mentioned that I can get an I-551 stamp in my passport and this can be proof that I am legal to work. Can I go to any field office and get this done or it has to be my local field office? Also do I need to set an info pass or I can just go there and ask for the stamp?

 

This is beyond annoying and frustating.

Edit: Just saw that I can do it by paper still. Anybody with experience with this issue recommend doing it by paper or online?

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