What is Date of Admission on Form I-90?

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Date of Admission (Part 1, Question 15 on Form I-90) is the date that USCIS granted you permanent resident or conditional permanent resident status. Be careful – Date of Admission is not necessarily the same date you entered the United States.

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Where to Find Date of Admission

You can easily find the Date of Admission on the front side of your green card. The date is near the bottom next to “Resident Since.” For example, “08/21/07” would be the Date of Admission for the green card holder shown in the image below. The location on the card has changed over time. You may find the date in a different place on older cards. For examples of more types of green cards, use CitizenPath to prepare Form I-90.

date of admission on green card

Class of Admission

Class of Admission describes the visa category that was used to admit an immigrant to the U.S. as a permanent resident or conditional permanent resident. Learn more >>

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Source: USCIS