Factors that affect green card processing times include which office processes the card, whether the application was submitted from within or outside the country and whether all the necessary documents and forms were sub... More »

As of 2014, the typical processing time for Form I-485 is between four to eight months, according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Processing time depends on the service center in question. Applicants mu... More »

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Green Card status information is available online at USCIS.gov, advises the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Click the Check Your Case Status Link located near the center of the home page. Enter the application... More »

The green card application process can take anywhere from several months to years, depending on an applicant's country of birth and specific type of application, according to The University of Chicago. People from countr... More »

The process for obtaining a green card in the United States varies by the eligibility category of the application and depends on whether the applicant is living inside the country already, notes U.S. Citizenship and Immi... More »

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After finishing the application for a replacement green card, it typically takes approximately two to six months to arrive in the mail. The time frame varies by case. More »

The amount of time to renew a green card ranges from four months to a little more than seven months, depending on the service center. There are four main services centers, with Vermont having the shortest return time fra... More »