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Hello all,

I’m asking question on behalf of a friend and would really appreciate your help. A friend forgot to renew her i90 and already expired. She has been moving houses, so she doesn’t even know where’s her i90. She thinks it’s more than 5 years since her alien card expired. Will this cause her trouble in the immigration when she renew her alien card? This friend of mine has been through tough times, her husband got sick, cancer and finally pass. Now she’s trying to get back in her foot. Your help is much appreciated.

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2 minutes ago, little immigrant said:

What do you mean she doesn't know where her I-90 is? You can download it or file online

 

https://www.uscis.gov/i-90

 

If she has lost her Green card that's a different issue. Does she know her alien number at least? 

Yes, she lost it and I’m not sure if she knows her alien number. I think she is more worried that she wasn’t able to pay attention to her alien card/status because of circumstances, take care of her sick husband for 6 years and a child. 

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Just to make sure . . .   we are talking about a 10yr green card.  If so get a stamp and a new Green Card.    If it was a 2 year then there are other issues to be addressed.


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1 minute ago, Paul & Mary said:

Just to make sure . . .   we are talking about a 10yr green card.  If so get a stamp and a new Green Card.    If it was a 2 year then there are other issues to be addressed.

Yes, the 10 year green card. She said it was expired for more than 5 years already, she’s not really sure cos she misplaced it from moving houses.

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She should be okay, just renew ASAP.

 

If you did not renew your green card on time,you should do so as soon as possible. Don't worry that you have lost your permanent residence -- the green card is merely evidence of your status, and letting it expire does not damage that underlying status.

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