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Conditional green card has wrong expiration date and I'm worried about losing my job

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So I came to the county with k1-visa and got married in May 2018 and filed for adjustment of status in June 2018. My green card interview was in April 2019 and was approved and when I received my green card it says the resident since date is April 2018 instead of 2019 and the expiration date is one year too early too.

I filed for I-90 online in September and had my biometrics. I tried to make an appointment for i-551 stamp and I was told I could get it at the biometrics appointment. Well when I had the biometrics I was told that they only give stickers there and I didn't get one because my replacement card will arrive in the mail. They told me to call the USCIS number again.

I used the green card for my i-9 at work and it says it expires in April 2020 and so does my driver's license.

What should I do? I'm worried I'll lose my job because the green card is "expiring" in April. I don't know if I could switch the i-9 documents to my social security card and driver's license because my license is also expiring in April.

I don't know if I'll be able to get an appointment for i-551 stamp because everyone tells me different things when I call USCIS 😐 first time I was told that I wouldn't need the stamp and that receipt notice would work (which is not true) and second time I was told I could get it at biometrics which also turned out not to be true.

I'm going to make an expedite request tomorrow but we'll see if they'll approve it 

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59 minutes ago, Alan&Alice said:

So I came to the county with k1-visa and got married in May 2018 and filed for adjustment of status in June 2018. My green card interview was in April 2019 and was approved and when I received my green card it says the resident since date is April 2018 instead of 2019 and the expiration date is one year too early too.

I filed for I-90 online in September and had my biometrics. I tried to make an appointment for i-551 stamp and I was told I could get it at the biometrics appointment. Well when I had the biometrics I was told that they only give stickers there and I didn't get one because my replacement card will arrive in the mail. They told me to call the USCIS number again.

I used the green card for my i-9 at work and it says it expires in April 2020 and so does my driver's license.

What should I do? I'm worried I'll lose my job because the green card is "expiring" in April. I don't know if I could switch the i-9 documents to my social security card and driver's license because my license is also expiring in April.

I don't know if I'll be able to get an appointment for i-551 stamp because everyone tells me different things when I call USCIS 😐 first time I was told that I wouldn't need the stamp and that receipt notice would work (which is not true) and second time I was told I could get it at biometrics which also turned out not to be true.

I'm going to make an expedite request tomorrow but we'll see if they'll approve it 

Legally, they can't reverify your status. Look at the i-9 employer's instructions.

 

Otherwise, show your driver's licence and SSN card without any restriction. 

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