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First, let's determine your eligibility to file Form I-90


This application must be filed while in the United States.

It's important that you know what type of permanent resident you are.  Explain more >>

Select the most relevant reason for your preparing this application.  Explain more >>

  • If your card has expired, you must go back and select “My existing card will expire within 6 months or has already expired.”

  • To use this category, you must file within 30 days of turning 14 years of age. Because you are beyond this timeframe, you must go back and select the reason, “I am applying to replace my current permanent resident card for a reason that is not specified above.”
  • To use this category, you must file within 30 days of turning 14 years of age. You may prepare this application early, but do not file today. File it on the applicant’s 14th birthday or within 30 days thereof.


If your conditional status expires before choose "Yes"
  • If your green card / conditional status is expiring within the next 90 days, do not file this application. Instead, file:
  • I-751 - If you became a conditional permanent resident through marriage to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and your conditional status is expiring within the next 90 days, file Form I-751 - Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence.
  • I-829 - If you became a conditional resident based on a financial investment in a U.S. business, file Form I-829 Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions.

Select the most relevant reason for your preparing this application.  Explain more >>
  • As a conditional permanent resident, do not use Form I-90 to renew your green card.
  • I-751 - If you became a conditional permanent resident through marriage to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and your conditional status is expiring within the next 90 days, file Form I-751 - Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence.
  • I-829 - If you became a conditional resident based on a financial investment in a U.S. business, file Form I-829 Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions.
  • If you are filing Form I-90 because you never received your Permanent Resident Card (green card), you do not have to pay a filing fee as long as you meet ALL these criteria:
    • USCIS mailed the card over 30 days ago;
    • It was returned to USCIS as undeliverable; AND
    • You have not moved from the address you provided USCIS.

    If you do not meet ALL these criteria, go back and select "My card has been lost, stolen, or destroyed."


Exclusion, deportation, and removal proceedings are similar terms to describe a situation that you must appear before an immigration judge and your immigration status is being challenged.  Explain more >>
  • Your answer to this question suggests that you have a history which may require the assistance of a legal professional. We want the best result for you, and therefore CitizenPath suggests that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney that can provide you with additional guidance and representation.

Any type of misdemeanor or felony arrest can affect the success of your application. Even if you have been arrested for a DUI (driving under the influence) or minor crime, you should truthfully answer this question.  Explain more >>
  • Your answer to this question suggests that you have a history which may require the assistance of a legal professional. We want the best result for you, and therefore CitizenPath suggests that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney that can provide you with additional guidance and representation.

If you have ever filed Form I-407, you could have abandoned your permanent resident status. Additionally, if a court has ever deemed you've abandoned your status, please check “Yes." Explain more >>
  • Your answer to this question suggests that you have a history which may require the assistance of a legal professional. We want the best result for you, and therefore CitizenPath suggests that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney that can provide you with additional guidance and representation.
  • Congratulations, you're eligible to file Form I-90 to replace your Permanent Resident Card.
    Please click on "Next Page" below to continue your application.
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Lets get started with some basic information about you

Name of Applicant
Provide your full legal name. This is the name that will be printed on your new Permanent Resident Card (green card). Spell out middle names completely and do not use just the initial. If you do not have a middle name, you may leave this field blank. 

If your name is different than what is printed on your most recent Permanent Resident Card, check "Yes."
Type your name exactly as it appears on your Permanent Resident Card
You will be required to submit legal documents that reflect the name change, such as a registered copy of your marriage certificate, divorce decree, adoption decree, or other court-issued documents. Spell out middle names completely and do not use just the initial. If you do not have a middle name, you may leave this field blank.
What is your home address in the U.S.?
Your home address is the physical address where you live in the United States.  Please provide a complete address. Every U.S. address includes a street address with a number and street name. You may or may not have an apartment number. All addresses should include the city, state and ZIP code.
What is your home address?

Your home address is the physical address where you live.  Please provide a complete address.

Only a permanent resident in commuter status or a permanent resident who is taking up commuter status should have a foreign physical address.

Mailing Address
  • Alien Commuters: If you are currently a permanent resident in commuter status who continues to reside in a foreign contiguous territory, you may provide a foreign mailing address. If you are an alien commuter who will take up actual residence in the United States, provide your U.S. mailing address. USCIS will not mail a Permanent Resident Card to a foreign mailing address, only to a U.S. mailing address. USCIS will send your Permanent Resident Card to the appropriate U.S. port of entry for pick up. 

Your mailing address is where you prefer to receive mail. If your mailing address is different than your physical address, check “Yes” and answer the follow up questions.
Mailing Address
You may list a valid residence, APO, C/O, or commercial address. This may be a Post Office address (P.O. Box) if that is how you receive your mail. If your mail will be sent to someone other than yourself, please include an “In Care of Name” as a part of your mailing address. If your mailing address is a U.S. territory and it contains an urbanization name, list the urbanization name in the "In Care of Name" box.
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You're almost half way there.

We have a few more questions about you.
Birth Information
 
Enter the date of birth in the month-day-year (mm/dd/yyyy) format.
  • You entered a date in the future. Please enter a date in the past.
Enter the town, city or village where you were born.
Select your country of birth from the list. If your country isn't listed, then choose "Other" at the bottom of your list and type your country below.
Enter the name of the country where you were born.
Enter your father's first name. Applicants who do not know may enter "Unknown."
Enter your mother's first name. Applicants who do not know may enter "Unknown."
Biographic Information


If you are Hispanic or Latino you are still required to select a race below.  Explain more >>

Select all applicable boxes that describe your race.  Explain more>>
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inches

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Select the box that best describes the natural color of your eyes.

Select the option that best describes the natural color of your hair.
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You're doing well!

Please answer a few more questions to complete your application.
Your Permanent Resident Card
  • It is helpful to have your Permanent Resident Card (or a copy of your card) available to complete this section.

    Don’t have your card with you? You can save your progress and resume later.

  • You indicated that your card was lost, stolen, mutilated or destroyed.
    Please read these additional instructions to help you through this section.
Alien Registration Number
Also known as an "A-Number," your Alien Registration Number is an 8 or 9 digit number that can be found on a Permanent Resident Card. List only your A-Number; using a false A-Number may result in your application being denied. Where can I find this?

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Category

This is the immigrant visa category that was used to admit you to the U.S. as a permanent resident or conditional permanent resident. You can find the code on the front side of your Permanent Resident Card under “Category.” - see example on the right.



  • You have selected a conditional visa category. As a conditional resident, you should never use Form I-90 to renew your green card.
  • If you became a conditional resident through marriage to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and your conditional status is expiring within the next 90 days, file Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence.
  • If you became a conditional resident based on a financial investment in a U.S. business, file Form I-829, Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions.
  • Sorry. Based on your answer, you cannot continue. You have selected a conditional visa category and your green card is expired. As a conditional resident, it’s your responsibility to file a petition to remove the conditions on residence before the expiration date. We highly recommend that you contact an immigration attorney to resolve this problem.
  • Sorry. Based on your answer, you cannot continue. You have selected a conditional visa category. As a conditional resident, you cannot use Form I-90 to replace your green card within 90 days of the expiration date.
  • If you became a conditional resident through marriage to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and your conditional status is expiring within the next 90 days, file Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence.
  • If you became a conditional resident based on a financial investment in a U.S. business, file Form I-829, Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions.
Resident Since Date

The resident since date describes the date you were granted lawful permanent resident status or conditional permanent resident status. It is not necessarily the date you entered the country. You can find it on the front side of your Permanent Resident Card next to “Resident Since” - see example on the right.

Enter the date in the month-day-year (mm/dd/yyyy) format.
  • You entered a date in the future.
    Please enter a date in the past.
Becoming a Permanent Resident
This section covers how and where you first obtained your permanent resident status.

Type the City and Country of the U.S. Embassy or consulate where you applied for permanent resident status (green card).
Type the City and Country of the U.S. Embassy or consulate where you became a permanent resident.
Port of Entry
Your Port of Entry is the location where you arrived in the United States and were inspected by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Ports of Entry are generally listed as locations but can be airports, sea terminals, border crossings and government facilities where you were admitted to the U.S.
Type the City and Country of the Port of Entry.
Select the USCIS office where you filed Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. Where can I find this?.
Type the City and State of the USCIS office where you filed your adjustment of status application (I-485). If you do not know, type "Unknown" in the space.
Select the USCIS office that granted your adjustment of status. Where can I find this?
Type the City and State of the USCIS office where you became a permanent resident.
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We just need some additional information about the preparer

Applicant Contact Information
Applicant Identification
If you do not have a Social Security Number, leave the field blank. Using a false SSN may result in your application being denied. Where can I find this?
The USCIS Online Account Number is not the same as an A-Number. If you do not have a USCIS Online Account Number or do not know, you may leave this blank. Where can I find this? 
Interpreter

Interpreter's Information
Enter the foreign language that was translated into English.
Interpreter's Mailing Address
Interpreter's Contact Information
Preparer


Preparer's Information
Preparer's Mailing Address
Preparer's Contact Information
Accommodations for Individuals With Disabilities and Impairments

USCIS is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and impairments.  Explain more>>
Please check any applicable boxes and provide an explanation:
If you require more space than available here, please provide the information on a separate sheet of paper and attach it to your application. Write your A-Number at the top of each sheet.


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