How to Renew Green Card or Replace lost Green Card
If your 10-year Green Card is expired or expiring within the next 6 months, it's time to renew it. Need help renewing or replacing your Green Card? Law Offices of Keshab Raj Seadie, PC can help!
Want answers on cost, wait time, and required documents?
|Our Self-Help Service||Other Immigration Attorneys|
|USCIS Fees||$455 Filing Fee + $85 Biometrics Fee||$455 Filing Fee + $85 Biometrics Fee|
- Assisted countless individuals in successfully renewing their green cards.
- Streamlined process with questionnaire and document upload taking less than two hours.
- Experienced team of lawyers and paralegals to review, finalize, and submit your application promptly.
- Money-back guarantee if your I-90 application is not approved.
- Impressive track record with a 99% success rate.
- Affordable pricing: you pay only $129 for our fee.
Follow these simple steps to complete your application and upload the required documents:
|Step 1||Create a Free Account by clicking here. Check you email for the login password.|
Log into our portal at www.eimmigration.com/greencardmaker.client
|Step 3||You pay the $129 Self-Help Service Fee.|
|Step 4||We will complete and review all the required USCIS Forms. We will ensure everything is filled correctly and nothing is omitted.|
|Step 5||We will print and organize all the required USCIS Forms along with the required documents that you have submitted to us. You do not need to print anything.|
|Step 6||We will mail you the packet with labels where you are required to sign.|
|Step 7||You add the required USCIS Fees ($455 Filing Fee + $85 Biometrics Fee) to the packet. You can either write a check or get a pre-paid money order payable to the "U.S. Department of Homeland Security".|
|Step 8||You mail the packet to USCIS. (We will provide you with a prepaid shipping label with the correct USCIS mailing address)|
You may be qualified to renew or replace your Green Card if:
A. You are currently a Green Card holder and your card has expired;
B. Your card has not expired but has been:
- Lost, stolen, or destroyed
- Issued but never received
- Issued with incorrect data
C. Your name or other biographic information has changed or you became a Lawful Permanent Resident before your 14th birthday and are registering for your Green Card as required by law.