How long does it take to renew a Green Card?
As of June 2018, it takes 9.5 to 11 months** to renew a Green Card. This lengthy processing time is mainly due to the number of applications received by the USCIS and the paperwork that needs to be processed. Dealing with immigration paperwork can be confusing and time-consuming. Use our service to quickly prepare your Form I-90 on any device. Here’s how it works:
If you’re eligible to file, create an account and pay our service fee.
Government application and biometrics fees are separate from our fee.
Answer simple questions using any device.
Our smart technology allows you to easily complete your application on your phone, tablet or computer.
Review your application for accuracy.
Using our service can help you complete the application accurately and quickly. Most of our users complete the I-90 in under 55 minutes. Doing it on your own could take much longer.
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Your application package will be customized based on your answers and will include all of the necessary information you’ll need to assemble your package to mail it into the USCIS correctly. Specifically, it will contain your completed application, a list of all the supporting documents you’ll need to include, information regarding fees required by the USCIS, and customized instructions about where and how to file.
Follow the customized instructions to save yourself lots of headache and time.
On top of that, for the paid service we provide e-mail support & phone support*
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How much does it cost to renew a Green Card?
The USCIS filing fees to renew a green card are $540. This includes an application fee of $455 and a biometrics fee of $85 as required by the USCIS. We charge an additional $165 as an application service fee, separate from the USCIS filing fees. But, before using our service you can check your basic eligibility for FREE.
When should I renew my Green Card?
Permanent residents with 10-year Green Cards are required to carry a valid, unexpired Green Card with them at all times. It is wise to apply to renew your Green Card within six months of the expiration date. You can find your Green Card expiration date on the front of your card. If your Green Card is already expired, this doesn’t mean your status has expired along with it, but you should apply to renew your Green Card as soon as possible. If your card expires while you are traveling outside the U.S., you will need to follow special instructions provided by the USCIS.
Renew your Green Card using our application preparation service.
Before you begin the process take our FREE quiz to check your basic eligibility to apply using our online software.
** Processing times: https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/
Updated : June 1, 2018