Free Reports to read BEFORE you decide to file an Immigration case or to hire an Immigration Attorney.
These reports will save you time and money.
Read These Reports to Learn:
How you can always represent yourself in an Immigration Case
That not all Immigration Attorneys are the same
The questions you should always ask your Immigration Attorney before you hire him
How Immigration cases can be needlessly delayed or denied and what you can do to avoid that fate.
How not to rely on advice given by friends, family, and surprisingly Immigration information officers
How every document you file with USCIS can affect you and your family for years.
Little known secrets of fiancé visa and green card interviews from an attorney with 20 years of experience
Not only can you make a copy, you should make a copy of the front and back of your green card. You are required to have your green card in your possession. In the event your green card is lost or stolen it will be easier to obtain a replacement green card if you have a copy of your green card. I have seen this happen, many times, over the years, with potential clients.
If you have only a conditional green card and you have applied to take the conditions off of the green card , via the I-751 process, you will receive a notice from USCIS extending your green card. The extension will be for 12-18 months. Carry this notice with your green card. The notice will show that your green card is active as the card itself will show that it has expired.
This article is just a basic introduction to this topic. You should seek a competent Immigration Attorney to review your specific facts and circumstances before proceeding with your case.
Lawrence Gruner is a green card attorney with almost 20 years of experience. He handles Immigration cases throughout California, the United States and the World. He may be reached toll free at 888-801-6558. You may also email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. He would be happy to answer your immigration questions.
The information provided on this site is not legal advice but general information only. Laws do change and additional laws may apply in your case. Every case is different. Please contact our office or the office of another immigration attorney to review your matter prior to filing any documentation with USCIS.