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USCIS made an error for "Country of Birth" on my Permanent Resident Card (Green Card), it says "USA" but I was born in a foreign country. Caught the error late and never had it corrected/replaced. My PRC expires on June 20, 2019. Here is my dilemma: There will be important things I need to do within the next 8 months that requires me to prove valid resident status. The instructions on USCIS website for filing I-90 says, "If you are a permanent resident whose 10-year green card has expired or will expire within the next 6 months, you may begin the renewal process" AND "Additionally, if you applied for naturalization at least six months before your Green Card expired, you may be able to receive an ADIT stamp instead of filing a Form I-90." Today is January 12, 2019. The Green Card expires on June 20, 2019, is "within 6 months" between the period of 01/29/2019-06/29/2019? And is "at least 6 months before" before 01/29/2019? I'm trying to figure out if I qualify to skip filing I-90, file N-400 instead, and get a temporary stamp to prove legal status considering it takes almost a year to process N-400 where I am located. The other issue is my Green Card contains an error made by USCIS/DHS. If it is necessary to file I-90, should I put the reason as "My existing card has incorrect data because of Department of Homeland Security (DHS) error. (Attach your existing card with incorrect data along with this application." or simply choosing the renewal option for soon to be expired Green Card and attach a letter explaining that there is an error on the card to avoid delays/rejection. Chances are if I choose that reason and send in my Green Card with the application, I won't get it back for a while considering the processing times. Currently, InfoPass appointment is not available because "This office is not accepting walk-in requests or scheduling InfoPass appointments." Any suggestions or recommendations are greatly appreciated! Thank you.
G Walters posted a topic in Removing Conditions on Residency General DiscussionJust wanted to pass on that my wife was one of the 8500 customers with a misprinted 10 year green card. We received the card and prior to the recall submitted the I-90 to replace it. I_90 was sent to AZ. 2 days after we sent off the card and paperwork we received the recall notice and sent it back with the required info. We have been waiting several months and on checking with them we were told to expect 7 to 9 months for this to be handled. About 2 weeks ago we contacted Senator Grassley here in Iowa and asked for his staffs help in expediting this replacement. Today I went in to check on the status and low and behold It was approved today and card is in production. Looks like in this case involving your federal representatives helps. If any are still waiting contact your elected representatives to get assistance.
I received a letter ( I797A) from USCIS stating my application for the permanent residency was approved in August 2016. However, I never received the physical green card. According to USCIS/USPS, it was delivered in August 2016. I filed I90 for a replacement card in October 2016 and after waiting for it for a year, they denied my I90. The reason is not known yet as i only received the electronic notice yesterday(the day before my international trip) and the physical letter which is supposed to have the reason for denial has not been delivered yet. I'm attending my friend's wedding in Asia and am leaving the country today. Does anyone know if this would have an impact on my ability to be readmitted to the US when i retuen from my trip? thank you in advance for your help.
mjalvarenga posted a topic in Removing Conditions on Residency General DiscussionHello guys! I recently lost my wallet and my conditional green card was in it. I am now divorced due suffering abuses from my husband (I have all proof and am working on filing the 1751). My question is: If I file for a replacement card, I'll have to tell them that I am already divorced. Could I be in trouble for that? My green card only expires in 2019. To file for a replacement card I would not be sending proof of the abusive or anything like that, I would just send my final divorce papers to prove my name has changed and that's what I'm scared of. Can they cancel my status? Thanks