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How Do You Check On Your Green Card Status?

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You can check the status of your Green Card directly online, but it can be a time consuming process.

There are a few variables on how long it will take for your Green Card to be processed. Ultimately, it will take around 3 months for processing, but to get a better idea, you’ll need to know where the field office you filed your Green Card from and the Service Center that it is processed from.

There are 4 different Service Centers in the US including California, Texas, Vermont, and Nebraska.

You can check time frames using the above info here:

egov.uscis.gov/cris/processTimesDisplayInit.do

If it has been awhile and you are outside of your processing times, you can check the status of your Green Card to see what stage of the approval process you are in. This can be done by visiting the following link: egov.uscis.gov/cris/Dashboard.do

It will be broken down by 9 different stages ranging from acceptance to the production of the card. The further into the process you are, the less time you have to wait. The process will take awhile, so once you’ve started the application for your Green Card, you’ll need to have patience while everything is reviewed, documents are checked, and interviews are scheduled.

If you aren’t getting the information that you want about the progress of your application, there is a customer service number that you can call at 1.800.375.5283. You’ll be able to ask any questions about your case and find out about how much longer you can expect to wait. It’s important to understand the timeline, however, because if it’s only been a few weeks and you’re calling to find out how much longer, they’re going to know that you haven’t done your homework. Be patient. As long as you see progress within the first two months or so of submitting the application, then you’re on the right path.
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I'm not enymore with my hos bend but I'm not divorced is my green card steel right?or can he do something to cancel my green card
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My receipt number
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Hey I've been here since I was 7months old my parents never applied for me they are both u.s Citizens now!! What I do I've been in America for over 30 yrs with nothing!! What do I do? Someone pls help
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amir ahmed answered
I  had given wrong address at the port of entry,so how should I receive my green card
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I would like to know the status of my husband green card. His name is AMMAR B. MAHAMMED.
Thanks in advance for your assistance in this matter, Florinda Burger
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There are toll free numbers provided by the immigration centers when you apply for it ... You can call on that feed your number and get the latest information about the status.
USAFIS.org
Green Card Consultant
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You can come to know about the status of your green card by visiting the concerned authority department as they can tell you. But if you have lost it 10 years ago then you must ask about this very early, you are very late already.
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Vikash Swaroop answered
There are ways to check the status of your green card and you can have access to some centres provided by the authorities and these centres can be very helpful to you; you can get the information about the status of your green card. The phone numbers of these centres are given below along with the states they are located in. The centres are following: 1) Texas Service Centre 214-381-1423, 2) Vermont Service Centre 802-527-4913, 3) Nebraska Service Centre 402-323-7830 and 4) California Service Centre 949-831-8427.

When you dial on the above mentioned numbers you will be directly connected to an electronic machine which will ask for some information from you. When you provide the machine all the information that it asked for, the machine will provide you with the status of your green card and also if something else is required by you.

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