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    I live in Florida.
    I hope someone can please help me. My case is a little different. I came here legally in 1985 when I was 5 yrs old with my parents from JA. They stamped my passport w/ I-551. When I was here I never received my gc from INS. They did send my mom letters saying "in order to process you application for a duplicate gc is is required that you appear for audit processing in person. Failure to respond to this notice will result in adverse action being taken on your application." I am now 24years old and trying to fix this mistake that she should have taken care of 19years ago. I have two problems.. (1)my passport expired in 1994. (2)when I went to INS and gave them my alein # none of my info pops up in their system. It just comes up blank. My mom became a citizen in 1993/ Dad in 1998. I don't know where to begin or how to fix this. With all the laws changing I don't know how this can affect me. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

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    I live in Florida.
    I hope someone can please help me. My case is a little different. I came here legally in 1985 when I was 5 yrs old with my parents from JA. They stamped my passport w/ I-551. When I was here I never received my gc from INS. They did send my mom letters saying "in order to process you application for a duplicate gc is is required that you appear for audit processing in person. Failure to respond to this notice will result in adverse action being taken on your application." I am now 24years old and trying to fix this mistake that she should have taken care of 19years ago. I have two problems.. (1)my passport expired in 1994. (2)when I went to INS and gave them my alein # none of my info pops up in their system. It just comes up blank. My mom became a citizen in 1993/ Dad in 1998. I don't know where to begin or how to fix this. With all the laws changing I don't know how this can affect me. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

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    • #3
      If you were granted LPR status, then normally you don't lose it unless you abandon or renounce it. If you were a minor when either of your parents naturalized, then you may be a citizen.

      myronmorales@hotmail.com

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      • #4
        Thanks mmorales for your advice. I really appreciate it. I didn't abandon or renounce my LPR. But INS does not have any of my info in their database. How do I get it in there

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        • #5
          Anyone??

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