As of 2015, the Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card is available to print online at USCIS.gov, according to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Click on the Forms link located on the top left of the home page, and select I-90, Renew/Replace Green Card.
Click on the Form I-90 link at the top of the I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card Web page, instructs the USCIS. Print the form once it loads. To access the form's instructions, click on the Instructions for Form I-90 link.
The purpose of Form I-90 is to replace a previously issued card that was lost, stolen, destroyed, mutilated or never received, indicates the USCIS. Also, those with a current card containing erroneous information due to an administrative error, name change or other legal change can complete Form I-90. Cards that are soon to expire or have expired are replaced by completing and submitting Form I-90. Additionally, cardholders who reach the age of 14 are required to submit Form I-90.
The I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card Web page provides additional information about Form I-90, including how to withdraw an application and where to file the form. Options for filing the form include submitting the application online or through the mail, explains the USCIS.
The Web page also includes information about the Form I-90 filing fee. As of 2015, the fee is $365 for the form and $85 for the biometric services fee. Certain applicants are exempt from paying the fee, and that information is also available on the Web page.