Green Card Resource Center

Your resource center for all things related to applying for, renewing or replacing, & removing conditions on a Green Card. Here is what you can do on this page:

  • See articles about how to get, renew, or replace your card
  • Check your eligibility for applying for related benefits
  • Start your application apckage using Road to Status’ software
  • Be taken directly to USCIS webpages regarding Permanent Resident Cards

News & Knowledge Base

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Can I Travel With an Expired Green Card?

Most card holders don’t realize that traveling outside of the U.S. with an expired card can be risky, if not downright dangerous. With travel…

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Can I Apply for Citizenship with an Expired Green Card?

Part of the U.S. citizenship process involves obtaining a lawful permanent residence card. While your status as a lawful permanent resident never expires…

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How to Get a Green Card Through Your Family

When you Google this question “How long does it take to become a U.S. Citizen?,” you will see a large, bold answer of ‘approximately 6 months’. However, the true answer is…

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Can I Apply for a Job with an Expired Green Card?

When you start a new job, U.S. employers require the applicant to complete a Form I-9. The Form I-9 is an employment verification document that is used to verify an applicant’s…

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Can I Work with an Expired Green Card?

Although your physical Permanent Residence Card may expire, your lawful status as a U.S. permanent resident does not. As long as the permanent resident continues to…

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The Green Card: Some Things to Know

Thinking about becoming a U.S. Citizen? Let us help you determine if you are eligible! Applying for U.S. Citizenship is In order to become a U.S. Citizen, you must: Be at least…

Benefits of Having A Permanent Residence Card

Freedom to live and work in the United States

Ability to sponsor relatives to get their own GC

Ability to apply for United States citizenship (after meeting various requirements)

Access to many legal rights & social benefits not available to non-citizens and non-permanent residents

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Permanent Residency FAQ and Other Resources

Visit our other resource centers:

DREAMers Resource Center

Citizenship & Naturalization


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