Road to Status Software Fee: $99
USCIS Filing Fees: $455
USCIS Biometrics Fee (if applicable): $85
Applying for Green Card Renewal just got a lot easier! Road to Status is the fastest and easiest way to prepare and file your Green Card Renewal application package online. If your green card was lost, stolen, damaged, or contains incorrect information, you can use this application filing package to obtain a replacement. It’s a very simple process:
You answer easy to understand step-by-step questions. We build the correct USCIS application filing package based on your responses.
Upload supporting documents and file your application with confidence. Road to Status checks each application for accuracy and mistakes that can cause unnecessary delays or rejection of your application.
Once you are finished, print, sign, and mail your completed application to USCIS. Follow the step-by-step instructions prepared just for you. Questions? We’re available to help.
What are the costs associated with renewing or replacing a Green Card?
* These fees are an approximation. Pricing is subject to change depending on the situation, e.g. the age of the applicant, etc.
1. What is a Green Card?
A form of documentation – a card with your photo and information on it – that shows you have been granted permanent resident status, which includes work authorization in the United States. There are many ways you can apply for a green card – through U.S. citizen or permanent resident family members, through a job, or refugee or asylum status.
2. Why should I renew my Green Card?
Your green card is your proof of identity and proof of your legal immigration status. Having an expired, invalid green card means you will not have valid proof of your immigration status in the United States. You must also have a valid green card to show proof of your right to work in the United States when applying for a job.
3. What is the purpose of Form I-90?
Form I-90 is used specifically for renewing or replacing a green card. If your green card is expiring soon, has expired, was lost, stolen, damaged, or contains incorrect information, you can use Form I-90 to obtain a replacement.
4. Am I eligible to renew my Green Card?
Green cards that were administered after 1989 have an expiration date on the card. Your green card is valid for 10 years after it was issued. Check your green card to see when it is going to expire. If your card is going to expire within the next 6 months, you can file an I-90 to renew it.
Permanent residents (those who have 10-year green cards) and conditional permanent residents (those who have 2-year conditional green cards) are eligible to do the following:
5. What is the Process?
6. How long does it take until I receive my replacement Green Card?
On average, it takes about 6 months to receive your replacement green card after you have submitted your application to USCIS, but processing times may change and will vary between USCIS offices.
* USCIS fees are not included in this package, see below.
Access to our online application preparation software. Our tools guide you through each question step-by-step
All applicable USCIS Forms for Green Card Renewal are included. Where available, our tools generate digital barcoding for expedited USCIS intake processing
Upload supporting documentation and store securely for future applications
Our technology double-checks your application for frequently overlooked data input mistakes and other critical form completion errors
We generate personalized, easy to understand “How To File” your Green Card Renewal instructions for each application
Everything you need to file your Green Card Renewal in one convenient application package
Customer Care Specialists are available to take your call during regular business hours.
Add an attorney review to your order for extra assurance. A network partner attorney review services are included with select packages.
* Fees are for application preparation software and for services. Fees paid do not include any biometric, filing, or government application fees.
Disclaimer: Road to Status, LLC. is not a law firm. The information and services presented are not legal advice and do not substitute the advice, guidance or recommendation that a licensed immigration attorney can provide. Road to Status is not affiliated with USCIS or any other government agency or website. Pricing for services does not include any biometric, filing, or government application fees. Road To Status, LLC is a private software company that offers self-help services at the user’s direction. Blank forms are available for free at www.uscis.gov.
Road to Status includes a licensed network partner immigration attorney review on select application packages. Gain peace of mind knowing your application will be checked for accuracy and mistakes before you file. Learn More.
Deirdre Shannon Deputy Director, FWD.us
"It's easy to find people who can see the immigration system and know that it's broken, but it's much harder to find people who are motivated to do something about it."
"It's especially inspiring and motivating that there are folks out there like Road to Status looking for ways to make the system easier and more affordable for people."
FWD.us is a non-profit organization founded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and a diverse group of leading innovators and entrepreneurs who support and advocate for common sense U.S. immigration reform.
Road to Status has a clean and user-friendly interface, and I will certainly be using it to renew my green card this year. I wish I had known about this software when I first applied for a green card. That would have made things a lot easier! I recommend it…
Road To Status is a great company to work with. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable plus the website is comprehensive and easy to use…
A good service for anyone who needs help with immigration.
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