If you are a permanent resident in the United States, you likely cherish the privileges and opportunities that your green card provides. However, it's important to remember that green cards have expiration dates, and to maintain your lawful permanent resident status, you must timely renew your green card before it expires. In this short blog, we'll cover everything you need to know about green card renewals, including the process, requirements, and tips for a smooth renewal experience.
A green card typically has a validity of 10 years. Before its expiration date, you must file a renewal application with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to extend your status as a lawful permanent resident. It's essential to start the renewal process well in advance, preferably six months before your green card's expiration, to ensure a seamless continuation of your residency.
To be eligible for a green card renewal, you must meet the following criteria:
Renewing your green card is a crucial responsibility as a permanent resident in the United States. While the application is not overly complex to complete, we understand that many individuals prefer the guidance and peace of mind that comes with professional assistance. That's where Consulta Immigration comes in – we make the Green Card renewal process easy with our three simple steps. Oh, and did we mention our flat-fee rates!
We will complete your application and gather all the necessary supporting documents. At the end of the process, we provide you with a copy of your application, a tracking number, and detailed information on what to expect next.Schedule your free consultation! Consulta Immigration is here to assist you every step of the way.