This application is used by Permanent Residents whose status is designated as CONDITIONAL and needs to replace an existing 2-year Permanent Resident Card. The expiration date on a Conditional Resident Card is also the date of the second anniversary as a Conditional Permanent Resident.
A Conditional Permanent Resident Card CANNOT be renewed. If your Conditional Permanent Resident status is within 90 days of expiration, you MUST submit Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, to remove all conditions on a Green Card obtained through marriage.
If you fail to apply to Remove the Conditions in time, you could lose your Conditional Permanent Resident status and be removed from the United States.
Without a valid Permanent Resident Card, it may be difficult for you to prove that you are a Lawful Permanent Resident and could affect your ability to travel or to prove your authorization to live and work in the United States.
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You can replace your Conditional Permanent Resident Card if:
Your card has been lost, stolen, destroyed or mutilated;
Your card has incorrect data because of a USCIS error;
Your card was issued but never received; or
Your name or other information has changed.
The USCIS filing fee for Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card is $455 + $85 biometrics service fee = $540 (See exceptions below).
If your previous card was issued but never received, the filing fee is $0.
If your existing card has incorrect data because of USCIS error, the filing fee is $0.
Our preparation service fees DO NOT include USCIS filing fees, biometrics service fees or any other fees to be paid to the government. The appropriate fee listed above must be paid by you directly to USCIS. We do not do that for you.
You may pay the USCIS filing fees with a money order, personal check, cashier’s check or by credit card. If you pay by check or money order, you must make your check payable to: “U.S. Department of Homeland Security”. You must submit all fees in the exact amount. DO NOT MAIL CASH.
NOTE: USCIS filing fees and biometrics service fees are final and non-refundable, regardless of any action USCIS takes on your application or petition, or if you withdraw your petition.
Once USCIS receives your application or petition you will receive:
A receipt notice confirming that USCIS received your application or petition and filing fee;
A biometric services appointment at a local USCIS Application Support Center (ASC) to collect your fingerprints, photograph and/or signature;
If required, USCIS may issue a Request for Evidence (RFE) to request missing initial or additional evidence;
A written notice of decision by mail.