How Do You Print an I-90 Form?

According to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, the Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card is now possible to be printed out online at USCIS.gov as of the year 2015. You may find the application here. Select the I-90, Renew/Replace Green Card option from the drop-down menu that appears after clicking on the Forms link, which may be found at the upper left of the main page.

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides instructions to click on the Form I-90 link that is located at the very top of the I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card web page. After the form has loaded, you should print it. To get access to the directions for the form, click on the link that says Instructions for Form I-90.

According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the objective of the Form I-90 is to replace a previously issued card that has been lost, stolen, destroyed, disfigured, or was never received by the holder. Also, those who currently possess a card that has incorrect information on it as a result of an administrative mistake, name change, or other legal change are eligible to fill out Form I-90. Form I-90 must be filled out and resubmitted in order to replace cards that are either about to expire or have already expired. In addition, those who have a valid card and have reached the age of 14 are needed to complete Form I-90.

On the webpage titled “I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card,” extra information on Form I-90 is provided. This material includes instructions on how to withdraw an application and details regarding where the form should be filed. According to the information provided by the USCIS, the application may either be submitted online or in the mail as a filing option.

In addition, information on the filing fee for Form I-90 may be found on the website. The charge for the form is now $365, while the fee for the biometric services is $85 as of the year 2015. There are certain applicants who are excused from having to pay the charge, and the relevant information may be found on the website in question.