Green Card Renewal Form I-90

Prepare and complete the application to renew your expired Green card. With our Form Navigator™ we guide you through this process, ensure you meet the eligibility requirements and complete your I-90 Form accurately.

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Form I-90 is the application to replace or renew your green card. You may file Form I-90 if your green card has been:

  • Lost
  • Stolen
  • Destroyed
  • Damaged
  • Your card was issued but never received
  • Your existing card has incorrect information on it
  • Your name or other information has been legally changed
  • Your card will expire within six months
  • You are a permanent resident who is taking on commuter status
  • You are 14 years old and your existing card will expire after or before your 16th birthday
  • You are a commuter who is taking up residence in the United States
  • You have been automatically converted to permanent resident status

If you are a conditional permanent resident who obtained permanent residence through marriage or entrepreneurship, you will not file Form I-90. Conditional residence through marriage should file Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions of Residence. Condition residence through investment should file Form I-829, Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions.

How to Replace Green Card

To file Form I-90, you must complete both parts of the application.

  • Part 1 - Information About You

    This section asks for personal information such as your name, age, marital status, and address.

  • Part 2 - Application Type

    Depending on your reason for filing, you will need to provide relevant documentation. You will be asked to check the box with the letter appropriate to your reason for filing.

    • A - Lost, Stolen or Destroyed Green Card
      • Copy of permanent resident card or government issued ID that contains your name, DOB, photograph, and signature (a driver's license or military ID)
    • B - Previous Card Issued but Never Received
      • Copy of the latest Form I-797, Notice of Action for Form I-485, Form I-829, or Form I-90
      • Copy of government issued ID that contains your name, DOB, photograph, and signature (a driver's license or military ID)
    • C - Existing Card Damaged
      • Copy of permanent resident card or government issued ID that contains your name, DOB, photograph, and signature (a driver's license or military ID).
    • D - Existing Card has incorrect data because of USCIS error
      • Original permanent resident card with incorrect data
      • Proof of you correct name or biographical data
      • Copy of original court order reflecting you name or a copy of your original marriage certificate, birth certificate, passport, etc.
    • E - Name or other Biographic Data has been legally changed or if your card has incorrect data NOT due to error by USCIS
      • A copy of the original court order reflecting your new name - a copy of your marriage certificate, divorce decree, birth certificate, etc.
    • F - Existing card will expire in six months or has already expired
      • A copy of your expired or expiring green card
    • G1 - You are 14 years old and your Green Card will NOT expire before your 16th birthday
      • You are filing Form I-90 for registration purposes. You must be fingerprinted and register within 30 days of turning 14.
      • A copy of your current green card
    • G2 - You are 14 years old and your Green Card WILL expire before your 16th birthday
      • You are filing Form I-90 for registration purposes. You must be fingerprinted and register within 30 days of turning 14.
      • A copy of your current green card
    • H1 - Permanent Resident taking up Commuter Status in the United States
      • Evidence of your employment in the U.S. dated within the last six months - pay stubs, letter from your employer with employer's address and phone number, etc.
      • Name of the U.S. port of entry - you may pick up your green card directly from that U.S. port of entry.
    • H2 - Commuter who is taking up Actual Residence in the United States
      • Evidence of U.S. residence - copy of a lease agreement, deed, or utility bills dated within the last six months
      • If your proof of residence has your parents' or spouse's name on it, then you may also submit a marriage or birth certificate proving your relationship.
    • I - Automatically Converted to Permanent Resident Status
      • Evidence of your temporary residence status - Form I-797, Notice of Action, for Form I-689 or Form I-700.
      • Copy of permanent resident card or government issued ID that contains your name, DOB, photograph, and signature (a driver's license or military ID)
    • J - Prior Edition of the Alien Registration Card, or to replace Green Card for a reason not listed above
      • Contact USCIS for specific documentation to include.

All I-90 applicants must include the following in their application:

  • Form I-90 fee (varies depending on the reason for filing)
  • Biometrics Fee
  • Proof of identification (previous or current copy of green card or any other government issued ID that includes your name, signature, date of birth, and photograph)