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Mobile-Friendly Form I-90 — A Preview of the Green Card Replacement Form

With an intention to streamline processes as well as make it more time-efficient, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is increasingly converting a lot of systems into a digital format. One such conversion is the process of replacing a Permanent Resident Card, otherwise known as Green Card which can now be done online via Form I-90.
Generally, Green Cards come with no expiration date and are usually valid for 10 years. When given a conditional permanent resident status, the card is valid for two years. It is important to keep the green card up-to-date without which the ability to travel, eligibility to work in the United States or just to prove permanent residency can be difficult.

When should you replace the Green Card?

Features of the Mobile-friendly version of I-90 Green Card Replacement Form

For anyone who is in need of replacing the Permanent Resident Card, and doesn’t need the assistance of an attorney or accredited representative can file their form and upload evidence entirely on a mobile device. Pictures can be taken of the required evidentiary documentation and uploaded directly into the USCIS system. The rest of the process and content mirrors that of the paper format. The important features consist of –

This has simplified the entire process of replacing the Green Card and alleviated the stress of many lawful permanent residents. Green Card Replacement Process talks in depth of ways and processes of replacing a Permanent Residency Card.

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