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Hello,

I applied to renew my 10 year green card in July 2018 and went for my biometrics that same month.  While there they put a sticker on the back of my card to extend it for a year. (July, 2019).  As of today I have heard nothing from them.  I have seen that the time line for renewal can be 5 - 12.5 months.  What happens if I don't receive my new card by the end of July?  Should I be contacting them and if so what phone number 

Thanks for any info.  Starting to get worried.

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I would get another sticker in early July.


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How do I go about doing that.  Is there away to apply for an appointment for a new sticker.  I don't think I can walk into a USCIS office without one.

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9 minutes ago, BinWI said:

How do I go about doing that.  Is there away to apply for an appointment for a new sticker.  I don't think I can walk into a USCIS office without one.

If your local office isn't accepting appointments, call the mail USCIS number and tell them the issue.  They can set up an appointment.......or you could try a walk-in......


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Mine is taking also this long. Same 10 year renewal. Applied end of July and I had biometrics in august. So my sticker on back goes until then. They must really be having a good size backlog. I guess if and when the time comes, I'll do the online "outside of normal processing time thing". And also I guess call USCIS for the first time in 24 years. 😬.

 

But I am still hopeful I get it before that. 

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22 hours ago, Alamo Cat said:

Mine is taking also this long. Same 10 year renewal. Applied end of July and I had biometrics in august. So my sticker on back goes until then. They must really be having a good size backlog. I guess if and when the time comes, I'll do the online "outside of normal processing time thing". And also I guess call USCIS for the first time in 24 years. 😬.

 

But I am still hopeful I get it before that. 

Thanks for the response.  That's what I plan to do.  Do you know how to contact a real person when calling the number they have listed?  I remember 10 years ago you had to press a number that wasn't really stated on their choices.  

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On 6/16/2019 at 8:28 AM, BinWI said:

Thanks for the response.  That's what I plan to do.  Do you know how to contact a real person when calling the number they have listed?  I remember 10 years ago you had to press a number that wasn't really stated on their choices.  

I have no idea. I never had to call them and I have a wee bit of a phone phobia, so I am not looking forward to this in case I have to do this. For other customer service phone stuff one can usually press "0" to get a person, but they don't always work and I have no clue if that is the same with USCIS. 

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2 hours ago, Alamo Cat said:

I have no idea. I never had to call them and I have a wee bit of a phone phobia, so I am not looking forward to this in case I have to do this. For other customer service phone stuff one can usually press "0" to get a person, but they don't always work and I have no clue if that is the same with USCIS. 

Thanks.  If I find any info, I'll let you know.

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