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Dometic violence green card issue

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Hello I am a case manager for a domestic violence family. The women has 2 sons, she moved to the united stated to be with her husband (father of the children) who is a us citizen  There has been several incidents with abuse and thus she has managed to escape from him. Unfortunately he claims to have her green card and the oldest son who is now 18, although they have never seen it, he has also refused to turn it to the police and claims he lost it. He did manage to give her the youngest son us passport and her and the older son's foreign passport which are valid. My question is how can I assist her to obtain or check if she has a green card since she doesn't have any proof and can the application cost be waived and as for the 18 year old should he have recived citizenship paper or passport like his brother since he turned 18 after entering the u.s. Thank you

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https://www.uscis.gov/green-card/after-green-card-granted/replace-green-card

 

How to replace a Green Card.

 

Do I take it the he is the father of the youngest but not the oldest?


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Just a guess and with such scant information, sounds like the father was not able to pass on US Citizenship, should have been an I 551 Stamp in their passports when they entered which would have been initial evidence of being LPR's, otherwise they need to apply for replacement GC's.


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I will look for the stamp to confirm.. do you know if there is a way to waive the cost of the card and should the 18 year old apply for citizenship/neutralization instead or does he also have to pay for a replacemet green card

 

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“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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