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Thread: Green Card Expired

  1. #1
    My permanent resident card (green card) expired a couple of years ago. Does this mean that I can be deported? I have lived in this country for 27 years and always paid taxes. However, there have been a couple of years where I did not file my taxes.

  2. #2
    My permanent resident card (green card) expired a couple of years ago. Does this mean that I can be deported? I have lived in this country for 27 years and always paid taxes. However, there have been a couple of years where I did not file my taxes.

  3. #3
    Why don't you apply for renewal? Are you a criminal?

  4. #4
    Unconditional LPR status doesn't expire, only card does.

    If your LPR status is unconditional then simply fill out the required form and ask for renewal of your card.

  5. #5
    AF1 is correct. Just fill out the form and renew your card. You will need the card if you leave the country.

  6. #6
    Unconditional LPR status doesn't expire, but it can be revoked. Бойся.

  7. #7
    Naturalized USC can be revoked as well.

    It's irrelevant to OP question.

  8. #8
    It is, because OP did not tell the whole story.
    She is in trouble and can not apply for renewal.

  9. #9
    Nothing in the OP post suggests that "She is in trouble", but in the worst case scenario she will be deported, which is not a big deal anyway

  10. #10
    Thanks, AF1. Appears pretty simple since my status is unconditional. I assume that I can still work as long as my employer does not audit their I-9 records. They have never requested an updated card.

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