You can go to the USCIS website and find the form for renewal of alien resident card (permanent resident card or "green card"), fill out the application, print it and send it with other required documents along with the payment… Full Answer
I don't know a website to get ourworld resident card codes but you can find ourworld accounts but most of them are resident and real accounts. I am so sorry that I can't find any so just contact me on… Full Answer
Answer: If you have been married for 3 yrs or more than you can choose to renew your permanent resident card or file for citizenship. If you choose to renew your card, its the same process as any other permanent… Full Answer
Why they call it a Green Card. The first Resident Alien Card (Green Card) had green-stripes on one side and was issued many years ago (1950s). There have been several revisions to the Resident Alien Card with the newest being… Full Answer
Green card is the name usually associated with a permanent resident of the USA. The card was formerly green, now it is much like a driving license which contains a information on a permanent resident of the USA.
Yes you can apply for a temporary resident visa card in Mexico if your son is Mexican. Among the stated requirements is that you can prove you are related to a Mexcan, or to a temporary or permanent resident of… Full Answer
The green card is one which would officially change the status of an immigrant to a Permanent United States Resident. The card is basically known as the United States Permanent Resident card but is commonly known as green card for… Full Answer
If you are a US Citizen marrying a permanent resident, then you need not apply to get a green card. For, you would already have become a PR card holder. Only those with the PR card can go on to… Full Answer
A "Green Card" is the old term of a US Permanent Resident Visa. However, the Permanent Resident Visa is now no longer printed on green paper, nor is it credit-card sized. It's a historical term for the visa.
If someone has a Resident Alien Card that says 'waived' it means when they received the card, they were too young to sign their name or be fingerprinted. The original cards, issued from 1977 to 1989, show no expiration date.