The topic we will introduce in this article will cover the most relevant information related to processing times of a Form I-90, an application used to renew or replace a Permanent Resident Card (known as Green Card). You need this handy plastic card to prove your lawful permanent resident status. When you want to renew your card, you should consider how long it takes to process it. For example, you plan to travel abroad and want to secure your homecoming, or you have a hospital appointment in few months, and you want all the formalities to go smoothly. This article will explain what you should know about Green Card processing time to make your other arrangements accordingly.
The following article is a deeper dive into understanding the process of renewing or replacing your Green Card if you are a Legal Permanent Resident (LPR). The application for the most current version of the Green Card is USCIS' Form I-90. Permanent residents with a Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) are obliged to carry the valid card with them at all times. Section 264(e) of the Immigration and Nationality Act requires you to make sure you are following the law on this.