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citizenpath.com/how-to-read-green-card

Note: Green cards issued between 1979 and August 1989 do not have expiration dates and do not need to be renewed unless you want to use the GE kiosk. GE kiosks cannot read the old format green cards. How to Read Back of a Green Card. The back of a green card is a bit more cryptic and difficult to read.

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Reading a Permanent Resident Card United States Permanent Resident Card (green card) (May 2010) Most of the information on the card is self-evident. The computer and human readable signature at the bottom is not. The format is (digit range: expected data (information contained)): Category Code

www.immigrationdirect.com/blog/2016/11/locating-the...

Unsurprisingly, the color of the Permanent Resident Card itself is green. Besides the Permanent Resident Card number, the green card also contains the recipient’s name, photo, fingerprint, card number, alien/USCIS number, birth date and also the card expiration date as well as a number of security features.

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Once you receive your permanent resident card, you should make sure that all the information contained the green card is accurate. Most of the information on the green card is self-explanatory. However, the last 3 lines at the bottom of the card are not easily readable. In that case, how would you make sure they are accurate?

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permanent_residence_(United_States)

Lawful permanent residents, also known as legal permanent residents, and informally known as green card holders, are immigrants under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), with rights, benefits, and privileges to reside in the United States permanently. There are an estimated 13.2 million green card holders of whom 8.9 million are eligible for citizenship of the United States.

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Also, Green Cards will no longer have an optical stripe on the back. How To Tell If Your Card Is Valid. Some Green Cards and EADs issued after May 1, 2017, may still display the existing design format as USCIS will continue using existing card stock until current supplies are depleted. Both the existing and the new Green Cards and EADs will ...

citizenpath.com/faq/find-alien-registration-number

Find A-Number on a Green Card. If you have a permanent resident card (green card), you can find your Alien Registration Number on the front side. (The number is also embedded within the characters on the backside as well.) In the example below, the A-Number is listed as “000-001-001” underneath USCIS#. Find A-Number on an EAD

www.us-immigration.com/blog/green-card-number

The Green Card number, also known as the document number, is a 13-character number. This number is printed on the back of the Green Card. On the previous versions of the Green Card, this card number was printed on the front of the card. This number can be found on the back of the most recent version of the Green Card.

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Hello everyone, This may be the most basic of questions but I need to know for certain what format the date is on my wifes green card. It reads as follows: Card Expires: 12/10/11 Resident Since: 12/10/09 I need to know if the green card expires Dec 10th or Oct 12th? We are about to file the I-751...

www.usa.gov/green-cards

Green Cards and Permanent Residence in the U.S. Learn how to get a Green Card to become a permanent resident, check your green card case status, bring a foreign spouse to live in the U.S. and what documents you need when traveling back to the U.S.