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Renewing Green Card and USCIS account question

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Good morning!  It's been about 10 years since I touched any immigration stuff so I'm a little rusty and I'm hoping someone can help. 

 

I'm filling out Form I-90 to renew my green card and I'm trying to make sure I'm entering 2 fields correctly. In Part 3, Processing Information, it's questions 1 and 2:

1. Location where you applied for an immigrant visa or adjustment of status.  Would the location I applied for an immigrant visa be my hometown, including where I had my K-3 visa interview?  Is this information somewhere on the paperwork I filed, or that was sent to me by USCIS?

2. Location where your immigrant visa was issued or USCIS office where you were granted adjustment of status.  Is the location where my immigrant visa was issued the USCIS office I received a bunch of my paperwork from (say California?) or would the office that granted me adjustment of status need to be super specific or would just the state I reside in be sufficient?  I recall going to two offices in the Denver vicinity, but not which one exactly issued my AOS.  Again, would that information be somewhere on the paperwork I filed, or that was sent to me by USCIS?

 

Lastly, I'm trying to "verify" my identity on my newly created USCIS account (I don't recall this existing 10 years ago), and I know my A number but I've tried all types of receipt numbers, I tried the number on my passport from when I first crossed the border, but there's no letters, so nothing is working.  Anyone else have this issue?  Trying to figure out where else I can look for DOS Case ID, or is it just that I don't have any pending cases at the moment and once I receive a letter back from USCIS for renewing my green card, then I'll be able to?

 

Thank you for your help!
~Cat

 


Married! 03/19/2007

I-130 Process

10/30/2007 : APPROVED!!!! (in 190 days)

I-129f Process

10/30/2007 : APPROVED!!!! (in 151 days)

02/08/2008 : Interview (Approved!)

02/18/2008 : Visa in Hand :D

02/26/2008 : Moved to Colorado

I-751 Lifting of Conditions

06/01/2010 : Completed packet for I-751

06/04/2010 : Mailed packet via UPS

06/07/2010 : Receipt for I-751

08/18/2010 : Biometrics appointment

08/20/2010 : Approved

02/09/2011 : Contacted congressman due to non-receipt of card

03/28/2011 : Card received!

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Should I post this in a different forum? Seemed this was the right place. 


Married! 03/19/2007

I-130 Process

10/30/2007 : APPROVED!!!! (in 190 days)

I-129f Process

10/30/2007 : APPROVED!!!! (in 151 days)

02/08/2008 : Interview (Approved!)

02/18/2008 : Visa in Hand :D

02/26/2008 : Moved to Colorado

I-751 Lifting of Conditions

06/01/2010 : Completed packet for I-751

06/04/2010 : Mailed packet via UPS

06/07/2010 : Receipt for I-751

08/18/2010 : Biometrics appointment

08/20/2010 : Approved

02/09/2011 : Contacted congressman due to non-receipt of card

03/28/2011 : Card received!

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Yeah it's not a citizenship question and likely a lot of people don't know since most apply for citizenship not renewal of green cards. Let me move it to general immigration so it gets a little more traction. 

 

~~moved to general immigration discussions from citizenship~~


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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Thanks for moving it. Anyone have any insight? Thanks in advance! 


Married! 03/19/2007

I-130 Process

10/30/2007 : APPROVED!!!! (in 190 days)

I-129f Process

10/30/2007 : APPROVED!!!! (in 151 days)

02/08/2008 : Interview (Approved!)

02/18/2008 : Visa in Hand :D

02/26/2008 : Moved to Colorado

I-751 Lifting of Conditions

06/01/2010 : Completed packet for I-751

06/04/2010 : Mailed packet via UPS

06/07/2010 : Receipt for I-751

08/18/2010 : Biometrics appointment

08/20/2010 : Approved

02/09/2011 : Contacted congressman due to non-receipt of card

03/28/2011 : Card received!

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On 10/12/2020 at 9:45 PM, Catou1181 said:

It's been about 10 years since I touched any immigration stuff so I'm a little rusty and I'm hoping someone can help. 

 

If you don't have a copy of your old paperwork anymore, these links may help --

 

At the bottom of this web page, enter your home zip code at the time you applied or were approved for adjustment of status -- https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/find-a-uscis-office/field-offices

 

Tips on Finding Your A-Number and DOS Case ID -- https://www.uscis.gov/forms/filing-fees/uscis-immigrant-fee/immigrant-fee-payment-tips-on-finding-your-a-number-and-dos-case-id

 

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Thanks, I'll check that out! 


Married! 03/19/2007

I-130 Process

10/30/2007 : APPROVED!!!! (in 190 days)

I-129f Process

10/30/2007 : APPROVED!!!! (in 151 days)

02/08/2008 : Interview (Approved!)

02/18/2008 : Visa in Hand :D

02/26/2008 : Moved to Colorado

I-751 Lifting of Conditions

06/01/2010 : Completed packet for I-751

06/04/2010 : Mailed packet via UPS

06/07/2010 : Receipt for I-751

08/18/2010 : Biometrics appointment

08/20/2010 : Approved

02/09/2011 : Contacted congressman due to non-receipt of card

03/28/2011 : Card received!

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On 11/4/2020 at 8:43 PM, Catou1181 said:

Thanks for moving it. Anyone have any insight? Thanks in advance! 

Do you have your green card still? Is there a number starting with 3 letters on there like EAS or WAC? Try that one. 


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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