Miami, FL asked in Immigration Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Florida

Q: I have a biometric appointment but I don't have a license or I'd and my green card is expired will I have problems

My passport is expired too it for the i 90 form

1 Lawyer Answer
Kevin D. Slattery Esq.
Kevin D. Slattery Esq.
Answered
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Tampa, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: In all likelihood they will take your biometrics notwithstanding the expired green card and expired passport. Do bring those photo IDs, however, and any other photo ID you may have, even if not government issued, to prove your identity. Also beginning in January 2021, USCIS began issuing a revised receipt notice for I-90 cases. The newer receipt notice for an I-90 case bears language extending the validity of one's card for 12 months from the date on the front of the green card and serves as temporary proof of (continued) status. Check your receipt notice for this language. You may even be able to take your expired card and receipt notice (if it bears the aforementioned language) to the DMV to get either a state ID or driver license.

If you have problems at your biometrics appointment, consider contacting then an attorney who may be able to help. Good luck to you.

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