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Fillable Form I-90

Form I-90 is an application used by lawful permanent residents and permanent residents in commuter status to apply for replacement or renewal of existing Permanent Resident Cards. Conditional permanent residents may also use this application to apply for

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What is Form I-90?

The Department of Homeland Security — U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Form I-90, or officially the Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card, is the document used by lawful permanent residents and permanent residents in commuter status to apply for replacement or renewal of existing Permanent Resident Cards or also referred to green cards.

Green card holders should use Form I-90 if their green card is expired, near expiration, or has been lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed.

While Form I-90 is used to renew or replace a green card, not everyone can use it. In general, permanent residents whose 10-year green cards will be expiring in the next six months, have expired, or have been lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed can use the form. However, those with conditional green cards — green cards that expire two years after issuance, should follow a different process to replace theirs with a permanent green card that is valid for 10 years.

To convert a conditional green card to a permanent green card, an individual must file Form I-751, or Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence. For those who possess a green card based on a conditional marriage or by investing in a U.S.-based business entity, the same form should be used.

Supporting documents should be submitted along with your Form I-90 for verification. The required supporting documents depend on the reason for the application.

  • If your green card has expired, is nearing expiration, or you need to update an older version of a green card or your green card has an error, or you have a green card before turning 14 and it will not expire until turning 16, submit your green card or outdated green card.
  • If your green card was lost, stolen, or damaged, submit your green card or photocopies of green card, and a government-issued identification card that displays your photo, signature, name, and date of birth.
  • If you never received your green card, but it was issued by the USCIS, submit a government-issued identification card that displays your photo, signature, name, and date of birth, Form I-797 or Notice of Action, and passport page with the stamp of I-551.
  • If your name or personal information has legally changed and you need to update the information shown on your green card, submit your green card, legal documents such as marriage certificate, divorce papers, birth certificate, adoption papers, and other court-issued documents.
  • If you are a commuter and travel from Mexico or Canada to the U.S. on a regular basis, submit your green card, and employment evidence and statement of at least the past six months.
  • If you were a past commuter and now reside in the U.S., submit your green card, proof of U.S. residency, utility bills, and past employment details.
  • If your immigration status was automatically converted to a green card holder, submit identification cards showing your photo, signature, name, and date of birth, evidence of temporary-residence status — Form I-797 or Form I-700.

How to Fill Out I-90?

Answer all questions accurately. For questions that do not apply to you, you may write “NA” unless otherwise directed.

Part 1. Information About You

Item 1
Provide your Alien Registration Number (A-Number).

Item 2
Provide your USCIS Online Account Number, if applicable.

Items 3a to 3c
Provide your full legal name.

Item 4
Mark the appropriate checkbox to answer if your name has legally changed since the issuance of your Permanent Resident Card.

Items 5a to 5c
Provide your name exactly as it is printed on your current Permanent Resident Card.

Items 6a to 6i
Provide your mailing address.

Items 7a to 7h
Provide your physical address.

Item 8
Select your gender.

Item 9
Provide your date of birth

Item 10
Provide city, town, or village of birth.

Item 11
Provide country of birth.

Item 12
Provide your mother’s name.

Item 13
Provide your father’s name.

Item 14
Provide the class of admission.

Item 15
Provide the date of admission.

Item 16
Provide your U.S. Social Security Number, if applicable.

Part 2. Application Type

Items 1a to 1c
Select your residency status.

Items 2a to 2j
This section is used only by a lawful permanent resident or a permanent resident in commuter status. Select the reason for the application. Select only one box.

Items 3a to 3e
This section is used only by a conditional permanent resident. Select the reason for the application. Select only one box.

Part 3. Processing Information

Item 1
Provide the location where you applied for an immigrant visa or adjustment of status.

Item 2
Provide the location where your immigrant visa was issued or USCIS office where you were granted adjustment of status.

Items 3a to 3a1
If you entered the U.S with an immigrant visa, provide the destination in the U.S. at the time of admission and the port-of-entry where you were admitted to the U.S.

Item 4
Select the appropriate box to answer if you have ever been in exclusion, deportation, or removal proceedings or ordered removed from the U.S.

Item 5
Select the appropriate box to answer if you were granted permanent residence, have ever filed Form I-407, or have been determined to have abandoned your status.

Item 6
Select your ethnicity.

Item 7
Select your race.

Item 8
Provide your height.

Item 9
Provide your weight.

Item 10
Select your eye color.

Item 11
Select your hair color.

Part 4. Accommodations for Individuals with Disabilities and/or Impairments

Item 1
Select the appropriate checkbox to determine if you are requesting an accommodation because of your disabilities and impairments, or both.

Items 1a to 1c
Select the appropriate checkbox that determines your disability or impairment. Provide other necessary information, if applicable.

Part 5. Applicant’s Statement, Contact Information, Certification, and Signature

Item 1a
Select the checkbox if you can read and understand English.

Item 1b
Select the checkbox if an interpreter read to you every question and instruction on this application.

Item 2
Select the checkbox if a preparer prepared this application, then provide the name of the preparer.

Items 3 to 5
Provide your contact information.

Item 6a
Sign the item.

Item 6b
Provide the date when you signed the form.

Part 6. Interpreter's Contact Information, Certification, and Signature

Items 1a to 2
Provide the interpreter’s full name or the name of the business or organization he or she is affiliated with.

Items 3a to 3h
Provide the interpreter’s mailing address.

Items 4 to 6
Provide the interpreter’s contact information.

Item 7a
Provide the interpreter’s signature.

Item 7b
Provide the date when the interpreter signed the form.

Part 7. Contact Information, Declaration, af Signature of the Person Preparing this Application, if Other Than the Applicant

Items 1a to 2
Provide the preparer's full name or the name of the business or organization he or she is affiliated with.

Items 3a to 3h
Provide the preparer's mailing address.

Items 4 to 6
Provide the prepare's contact information.

Items 7a to 7b
Select the checkbox that determines the preparer's legal statement.

Item 8a
Provide the preparer's signature.

Item 8b
Provide the date when the preparer signed the form.

Part 8. Additional Information
Only use this section when the spaces provided above are insufficient for the required information.

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