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Step-by-step instructions on how to fill Application to Replace / Renew Permanent Resident Card

Step-By-Step Instructions On How To Fill Application To Replace Or Renew Permanent Resident Card (FORM I-90)

Form I-90, officially known as Application to Replace/Renew a Permanent Resident Card, is the document used by legally recognized Permanent Residents and Permanent Residents in commuter status. However, Conditional Permanent Residents may NOT use this application to renew their Conditional Permanent Resident Card that has already expired or will expire in the next 60 days.

Before filling the form...

The I-90 Form can be downloaded at free of cost . You must have the latest version of Adobe Reader on your computer to view, print or fill out this form.

  • Signatures

  • Each application must be properly filled and signed. For the signatures in this form, USCIS always requires the applicants to personally sign the form using black ink. USCIS will not accept any photocopy, typewritten name, scanned, or similarly produced signatures, nor will it accept signatures created using a word processor, typewriter, auto-pen or similar devices. If you do not sign in any required place in the form or signed in an incorrect way, USCIS will consider your signature invalid and deny your request to renew or replace your Green Card. Only the applicant can sign the form. In case of an applicant who is under 14 years or mentally incompetent, applicant's parents or legal guardians can sign the form on behalf of the applicant.

    Once the form is filed, even if the signature is incorrect, you will not get a chance to make corrections.

  • Filing Fee

  • The applicant must include the correct fee for filing ($455) and biometric services ($85, if applicable) with the application. If an insufficient fee or no fee is attached, USCIS will reject the application. If you are applying I-90 because your card is printed by USCIS with incorrect details or you have not received the card even after it was issued by USCIS, you do not have to pay USCIS any fee to make the changes in your card or to receive it. If you are unsure of the amount to be paid, you can check it at USCIS's Fee Calculator.

  • Evidence

  • While filing, you must include all the required evidence and supporting documents.

  • Biometric Services Appointment

  • USCIS may need you to be present for an interview to obtain fingerprints, signature, photographs in order to confirm your identity, obtain additional information and conduct background checks. After USCIS receives your application and sees fit to proceed, it will send you a written letter or mail to inform if you have to attend the biometrics appointment. If you must attend the biometric screening, the letter/mail will include the details of location, date and time of the appointment.

  • Copies

  • All the photocopies of your supporting documents should be attached with your form. Unless the application explicitly states to submit original documents, you should NOT send any. The original form requested by USCIS will be returned to you. If you submit any original document without USCIS demanding it, it will not be mailed back to you.

  • Use only black ink, if your form is going to be handwritten.

  • If you need additional space to complete any information, use the space in Part 8. Additional Information. You can also attach a paper with your Alien Registration Number written on top of each sheet; also, include the Page Number, Part Number and Item Number to which it refers to with date and your signature in each sheet.

  • Make sure that you do not leave anything incomplete or inaccurate. If a question does not apply to you, write N/A unless it is directed otherwise. If a question needs a numeric response and it doesn't apply to you, write NONE, unless directed otherwise.

How should you fill I-90?

Part 1: Information About You

1.Alien Registration Number (A - Number)

An Alien Registration Number or A - Number is an eight- or nine-digit number that can be found in any document issued by USCIS like Immigrant Visa, Employment Authorization Document, etc. Apart from USCIS, there are also other government bodies like U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Immigration Courts, and the U.S. Department of State (DOS) can provide A - Number to certain immigrants. Enter your A-Number, which you will find in the front side of the Green Card, here.

USCIS Online Account Number (if any)

If you have filed any petition on USCIS's official website, you would have a USCIS Online Account Number. You can find that number if you login to USCIS and check your profile. Provide that here. If you do not have one, enter N/A.

Your Full Name

The name you give will be printed on your card.

3.a. Family Name (Last Name): Enter your last name here

3.b. Given Name (First Name): Enter your first name here

3.c. Middle Name: : Enter your middle name here. If you do not have one, enter N/A.

Has your name legally changed since the issuance of your Permanent Resident Card?

You could have changed your name due to various reasons like marriage. Select the appropriate response.

If your name has changed, select Yes and continue to 5.a. - 5.c. If your name has not changed, select No and continue to section 6.a. - 6.i. If you never received your previously issued Green Card, select N/A and proceed to 6.a. - 6.i.

5.a. - 5.c. When you fill the particulars in 5.a. - 5.c., enter the exact name printed on your Green Card.

If your name has changed, attach all legal evidence, like marriage certificate, divorce decree, adoption decree or any document issued by the court, that legally proves your name has changed with this application. The evidence documents you submit should have been registered with the proper civil authority.

Mailing Address

6.a. If the post is going to be received by someone other than you, mention their name here. If the mailing address has an urbanization name, mention it with the name of the person in this space.

6.b. Enter your street number and name.

For 6.c., in case your address is an apartment, select Apt; if it is a suite, select Ste and to give floor number, select Flr and enter the name or number of Apt / Ste / Flr in the given space.

6.d. - 6.i. Provide the details of State, Zip Code, Province, Postal Code and Country in the space given for each item.

Remember that USCIS will NOT mail your Green Card to address outside the U.S.

If you are an alien commuter and reside in a nearby foreign territory, you may provide a foreign address. If you are an alien commuter and are planning to reside in the U.S., you may provide the U.S. address.

Physical Address

You should provide this address only if your physical address and mailing address are different.

Enter your physical address here in the same way you filled the mailing address. (applicable only if physical address and mailing address are different)

Additional Information

8. Gender Mark your gender in the appropriate box (male or female).

9. Date of Birth Enter the date in which you were born. The date should be entered only in standard American format - mm/dd/yyyy.

10. City/Town/Village of Birth Provide the name of city/town/village in which you were born.

11. Country of Birth Provide the name of the country in which you were born.

12. Mother's Name Enter your mother's first name. There is NO need to give the middle and last names here.

13. Father's Name Enter your father's first name. There is NO need to give the middle and last names here.

14. Class of Admission Like your A - Number, Class of Admission is another identity given to those with a non-immigrant visa. This is a combination of two alphabets followed by a number (for example, IR2). You can find this number in your Permanent Resident Card and Arrival/Departure Record. Enter this number in the space provided.

15. Date of Admission This is the date on which you were lawfully granted the status of Permanent Resident by USCIS. In your Green Card, you will find a date with the title "Resident Since". The date given here is your Date of Admission. You should enter the date ONLY in standard American format - mm/dd/yyyy.

16. Social Security Number If you have the U.S. nine-digit Social Security Number (SSN), enter it here.

Part 2: Application Type

Select any ONE box among item numbers1.a. - 1.c.

My status is

If you are a Permanent Resident and reside in the U.S., mark Lawful Permanent Resident and go to Section A.

If you are a Permanent Resident, but in a Commuter status, mark Permanent Status - In Commuter Status and go toSection A.

If you are a Conditional Permanent Resident, mark Conditional Permanent Resident and go to Section B. Note that, if you are a Conditional Permanent Resident and your Green Card has expired or will expire in the next 90 days, you should NOT use this form to remove your conditions or renew/replace your Green Card.

Reason for Application

Section A

This section is ONLY for applicants who are lawful Permanent Residents or Permanent Resident in Commuter status. Select the reason to file this application from the options.

2.a. My previous card has been lost, stolen, or destroyed Select this if you have lost your card or it has been stolen or destroyed. Attach a copy of your previous card (if you have) or a document issued by government that contains details like name, date of birth, photograph and signature (e.g. driver's license or passport). You should also include the filing fee ($455) and biometric fee ($85).

2.b. My previous card was issued but never received Select this if USCIS has issued your card and Notice of Action, but you did not receive your card. Attach a copy of the Notice of Action (I-797) with your application. You could have received I-797 (Notice of Action) for any of these applications you filed previously:

  • Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status;
  • Form I-751, Petition to Remove the Conditions of Residence;
  • Form I-829, Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions;
  • Form I-698, Application to Adjust Status from Temporary to Permanent Resident;
  • Form I-881, Application for Suspension of Deportation or Special Rule Cancellation of Removal (Pursuant to Section 203 of Public Law 105-100 (NACARA));
  • EOIR-42B, Application for Cancellation and Adjustment of Status for Certain Nonpermanent Residents;
  • Form I-90.

If you were admitted as an immigrant, then submit a copy of the passport page in which you have an I-551 stamp received upon admission.

You should also submit a document issued by the government that contains details like name, date of birth, photograph and signature (e.g. driver's license or passport). You do NOT have to include any fee, if you select this option.

Important Note: All cards that cannot be delivered at your mailing address will be returned to USCIS as undeliverable. Only if your card was delivered neither to you nor to USCIS, can you apply using this option. To check if your card has reached USCIS as 'undeliverable', check your online USCIS account or call USCIS Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283. If the card was not returned to USCIS as undeliverable, select option My previous card is lost, stolen or damaged.

2.c. My existing card has been mutilated Select this if your card mutilated or partially destroyed. Attach a copy of your previous card (if you have) or a document issued by government that contains details like name, date of birth, photograph and signature (e.g. driver's license or passport). You should also include the filing fee ($455) and biometric fee ($85).

2.d. My existing card has incorrect data because of Department of Homeland Security (DHS) error If there is an error in your card made by DHS, select this option. Submit the original Permanent Resident Card with your application. USCIS will NOT accept a copy of the card. If the error was not made by DHS, you must select option

2.d. Also, attach a legal proof of the wrongly printed data in its correct form. In case of a name change, attach a copy of the court order reflecting your name change or a copy of marriage certificate, divorce decree, adoption decree, passport, or any court-issued document. The documents must have been registered with the appropriate civil authority. NO filing fee or biometric fee is required if you apply using this option. Also, attach a legal proof of the wrongly printed data in its correct form. In case of a name change, attach a copy of the court order reflecting your name change or a copy of marriage certificate, divorce decree, adoption decree, passport, or any court-issued document. The documents must have been registered with the appropriate civil authority. NO filing fee or biometric fee is required if you apply using this option.

2.e. My name or other biographic information has been legally changed since issuance of my existing card. Select this option if your name or any biographic information about you has changed. If there is an error in information printed on your card and it was NOT done by DHS, you can select this option.

In case of a name change, attach a copy of the court order reflecting your name change or a copy of marriage certificate, divorce decree, adoption decree, passport, or any court-issued document. The documents must have been registered with the appropriate civil authority. You should include the filing fee and biometric fee for this reason.

2.f. My existing card has already expired or will expire within six months.If your card is expiring in the next 6 months or has already expired, select this option. Include a copy of your expiring or expired card. If you have more than six months before your card expires, your application would be denied. You should include the filing fee and biometric fee for this reason.

2.g.1. I have reached my 14th birthday and am registering as required. My existing card will expire AFTER my 16th birthday.

Note: Choose this reason if you are filing this application when you are about to reach your 14th birthday or it has been more than 30 days since your 14th birthday, you should choose 2.j. If your card has expired, choose option 2.f.

Choose this option if you have reached your 14th birthday within 30 days before filing this application and your current Permanent Resident card will expire only after your 16th birthday. You should submit a copy of your current card with your application. To apply using this reason, filing fee is not needed. Just attach the biometric fee ($85).

As soon as lawful Permanent Resident reaches their 14th birthday, he/she must register and file I-90 form. Registration and fingerprinting should be done within 30 days after the 14th birthday. If you fail to register and file within 30 days after your 14th birthday, you must choose reason 2.f.

2.g.2. I have reached my 14th birthday and am registering as required. My existing card will expire BEFORE my 16th birthday. Choose this reason if you have reached your 14th birthday, and your current card will expire before your 16th birthday. You must submit a copy of your current Permanent Resident card. You should attach filing fee ($455) and biometric fee ($85).

Note:You can only use this card only if your current card was issued before your 14th birthday and you are using this form to register. Registration and fingerprinting should be done within 30 days after the 14th birthday. After reaching 14th birthday, USCIS requires you to register and submit I-90 form. If you are applying before or 30 days after your 14th birthday, select reason 2j. But if your card has expired, select reason 2.f.

2.h.1. I am a permanent resident who is taking up commuter status. Choose this option if you are currently an alien with a Permanent Residence, but live outside the country and commute to the U.S. for employment. A person employed in the U.S. can avail commuter status only when he/she has residence in either Mexico or Canada. Such people will have a Port of Entry (POE), a place where they can enter the U.S. legally. You must also submit your evidence of employment that is dated not more than 6 months. The employment evidence you submit can have pay stubs and/or may be a letter from your employer on the employer's letterhead containing the address and phone number of your employer. You must include a filing fee ($455) and biometric fee ($85).

Enter your POE in the space provided in 2.h.1.a. You can collect your card from your POE itself. If there is more than one POE in the city, include any additional information like airport, bridge tunnel, to help USCIS deliver your card to the right POE.

2.h.2. I am a commuter who is taking up actual residence in the United States. Choose this option if you have commuter status and want to take a residence in the United States and want to become a lawful Permanent Resident. You should also submit evidence of your U.S residence. Evidence may be a copy of a lease agreement, deed, or utility bills that is dated within the last six months. If the proof of residence is in your spouse or parent's name, provide a copy of your marriage certificate or birth certificate as applicable. You must also include filing fee ($455) and biometric fee ($85) with your application.

2.i. I have been automatically converted to lawful Permanent Resident status. Select this reason if you have been automatically converted to lawful Permanent Resident status. Also submit evidence of your temporary residence. Evidence may be a copy of your Form I-797 for Form I-700. You should also submit a copy of any identification issued by government that contains your name, date of birth, photograph and signature (e.g. Passport, driver's license). You should attach filing fee ($455) and biometric fee ($85) with your application.

2.j. I have a prior edition of the Alien Registration Card, or I am applying to replace my current Permanent Resident Card for a reason that is not specified above. Mark this option if you have an old edition of Alien Registration Card. If your reason to apply I-90 Form is not mentioned here, choose this option.

Section B This section is ONLY for the applicants with Conditional Permanent Residence status.

3.a. My previous card has been lost, stolen, or destroyed. Select this if you have lost your card or it has been stolen or destroyed. Attach a copy of your previous card (if you have) or a document issued by government that contains details like name, date of birth, photograph and signature (e.g. driver's license or passport). You should also include the filing fee ($455) and biometric fee ($85).

3.b. My previous card was issued but never received. Select this if USCIS has issued your card and Notice of Action, but you did not receive your card. Attach a copy of the Notice of Action (I-797) with your application. You could have received I-797 (Notice of Action) for any of these applications you filed previously:

  • Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status;
  • Form I-751, Petition to Remove the Conditions of Residence;
  • Form I-829, Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions;
  • Form I-698, Application to Adjust Status from Temporary to Permanent Resident;
  • Form I-881, Application for Suspension of Deportation or Special Rule Cancellation of Removal (Pursuant to Section 203 of Public Law 105-100 (NACARA));
  • EOIR-42B, Application for Cancellation and Adjustment of Status for Certain Nonpermanent Residents;
  • Form I-90.

If you were admitted as an immigrant, then submit a copy of the passport page in which you have an I-551 stamp received upon admission.

Important Note:All cards that cannot be delivered at your mailing address will be returned to USCIS as undeliverable. Only if your card was delivered neither to you nor to USCIS, can you apply using this option. To check if your card has reached USCIS as 'undeliverable', check your online USCIS account or call USCIS Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283. If the card was not returned to USCIS as undeliverable, select option 3.a. My previous card is lost, stolen or damaged.

3.c. My existing card has been mutilated. Select this if your card mutilated or partially destroyed. Attach a copy of your previous card (if you have) or a document issued by government that contains details like name, date of birth, photograph and signature (e.g. driver's license or passport). You should also include the filing fee ($455) and biometric fee ($85).

3.d. My existing card has incorrect data because of DHS error. If there is an error in your card made by DHS, select this option. Submit the original Permanent Resident Card with your application. USCIS will NOT accept a copy of the card. If the error was not made by DHS, you must select option 3.e.

Also, attach a legal proof of the wrongly printed data in its correct form. In case of a name change, attach a copy of the court order reflecting your name change or a copy of marriage certificate, divorce decree, adoption decree, passport, or any court-issued document. The documents must have been registered with the appropriate civil authority. NO filing fee or biometric fee is required if you apply using this option.

Note:If you think DHS has wrongly classified you as a conditional permanent resident, because when you acquired your conditional permanent residence status, you were married for two or more years, then you must file Form I-90 for the reason in 2.d. and attach a copy of your marriage certificate.

3.e. My name or other biographic information has been legally changed since the issuance of my existing card. Select this option if your name or any biographic information about you has changed. If there is an error in information printed on your card and it was NOT done by DHS, you can select this option.

In case of a name change, attach a copy of the court order reflecting your name change or a copy of marriage certificate, divorce decree, adoption decree, passport, or any court-issued document. The documents must have been registered with the appropriate civil authority. You should include the filing fee and biometric fee for this reason.

Part 3: Processing Information

1. Location where you applied for an immigrant visa or adjustment status. Provide the location of the U.S. Embassy, U.S. Consulate, or USCIS Office where you filed your application for an immigrant visa or adjustment status.

2. Location where your immigrant visa was issued or USCIS office where you were granted adjustment of status. Provide the location of the U.S. Embassy, U.S. Consulate or USCIS office where you were provided an immigrant visa or granted the status of lawful permanent resident.

3.a. Destination in the United States at time of admission Provide the destination when you arrived to the U.S. at the time of admission.

3.a.1. Port-of-Entry where admitted to the United States Enter the city or town of Port of Entry (POE), of your admission to the United States. If there is more than one POE in the city / town, include any additional information such as type of POE like airport, bridge tunnel, to help USCIS deliver your card to the right POE.

Note: 3.a and 3.a.1 are applicable only if you entered the U.S. with an immigrant visa. If your adjustment of status was granted at a USCIS office in the U.S., move to item number 4.

4. Have you ever been in exclusion, deportation, or removal proceedings or ordered removed from the United States? Select the appropriate response (Yes/No). If your answer is 'Yes', you should provide an explanation in the space given in Part 8. Additional Information.

5. Since you were granted permanent residence, have you ever filed Form I-407, Abandonment by Alien of Status as Lawful Permanent Resident, or otherwise been determined to have abandoned your status? Choose an appropriate response (Yes/No). If your response is 'Yes', then you have to provide a detailed explanation in the space given in Part 8. Additional Information.

Biographic Information

Providing the needed information accurately in this section can greatly reduce your time to be spent at USCIS ASC (Biometric Services) appointment.

6. Ethnicity

Do NOT select multiple responses in this section.

Hispanic or Latino A person whose origin or culture is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American or other Spanish, irrespective of their race. If you do not belong to any of these, select Not Hispanic or Latino.

7. Race

In this part, you can select any number of responses that are applicable.

White. A person whose origin is from any original people of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa.

Asian. A person whose origin is from any original people from the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Black or African American. A person whose origin is any of the black racial groups of Africa.

American Indian or Alaska Native. A person whose origin is from any original people from North, South and Central America and who continues to have tribal affiliation or community attachment.

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander. A person whose origin is from any original people from Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands.

8. Height Select your height in feet and inches in the respective boxes provided. You need not be very accurate. Provide the details that best suit your height.

9. Weight Give your weight in pounds NOT in kilograms. If you do not know how much you weigh, or your weight is under 30 pounds or over 699 pounds, enter "000".

10. Eye Colour Select a response that best suits your eye colour from the given options: Black, Gray, Maroon, Blue, Green, Pink, Brown, Hazel. If you do not know your eye colour, or if your eye is not of any of the given colours, select Unknown/Other.

11. Hair Colour If you have no hair, select Bald. Or select a response that best suits your hair colour from the given options: Brown, Sandy, Black, Gray, White, Blonde, Red. If you do not know your hair colour, or if your hair is not of any of the given colours, select Unknown/Other.

Part 4: Accommodations for Individuals With Disabilities and/or Impairments

USCIS considers providing fair accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and/or impairments to be an obligation. This will help them participate in USCIS programs and benefits fully.

Accommodations provided by USCIS vary with the kind of disability and/or impairment. They may involve a few modifications to usual practices or procedures. Examples of reasonable accommodations provided by USCIS are provided here, but they are not limited to these.

  • If you are deaf or have hearing impairment, USCIS will provide you with a person who can interpret sign language at an interview or immigration benefit-related appointment.
  • If you are visually challenged or have low vision, USCIS will allow you to take an oral test instead of a written test.
  • If your disability or impairment makes you unfit to travel to a USCIS location to attend an interview, USCIS will visit you at your home or a hospital.

1. Are you requesting an accommodation because of your disabilities and/or impairments? Select an appropriate response (Yes / No). If your answer 'Yes', proceed to 1.a. - 1.c and choose the option(s) that best suit your disabilities and/or impairments.

1.a. I am deaf or hard of hearing and request the following accommodation (If you are requesting a sign-language interpreter, indicate for which language (for example, American Sign Language)): Mark this option if you have impairments in hearing. Mention the kind of accommodation you need or the language for which you need an interpreter.

1.b. I am blind or have low vision and request the following accommodation: Mark this option if you are visually challenged and include the kind of accommodation you need.

1.c I have another type of disability and/or impairment (Describe the nature of your disability and/or impairment and the accommodation you are requesting): Mark this option if you have another type of disability and/or impairment that is not given here and include the kind of accommodation you need.

Note: If you need additional space to provide any additional information, use the space provided in Part 8. Additional Information.

All domestic USCIS facilities meet the Accessibility Guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act. In Part 4. of this application, if you indicate whether you use a wheelchair, it will help USCIS prepare for your visit in a better way. USCIS will never reject or deny your application because you have a disability and/or impairment. This will also not affect your eligibility for any immigration benefit.

For hearings before the Immigration Court: If your case is pending before the Immigration Court, notify the court of your accommodation needs before your first hearing with an immigration judge. You will be provided Interpreters at government's expense if you command of English is insufficient to completely understand the proceedings. The Immigration Court will arrange for an interpreter for your both individual calendar hearing and master calendar hearing.

Part 5: Applicant's Statement, Contact Information, Certification, and Signature. Read the Penalties section of this instruction document before you complete this part of information.

Applicant's Statement

1.a. Select this option if you can read and understand English, and you have read and understand every question and instruction on this application and my answer to every question.

1.b. Select this option if you took the assistance of an interpreter and the interpreter named in Part 6. read to you every question and instruction on this application and your answer to every question. Write the name of the language in which the interpreter explained the application's instructions, questions and answers in the box provided.

2. If your application was prepared by someone other than you on your behalf, select this box and mention their name in the space provided.

Applicant's Contact Information

3.Applicant's Daytime Telephone Number Enter your telephone number here.

4.Applicant's Mobile Telephone Number (if any) Enter any additional mobile number here, if applicable.

5.Applicant's Email Address (if any) Enter your email address here, if you have one.

Applicant's Certification

Read this section in your application carefully before you proceed further.

Applicant's Signature

6.a. Applicant's Signature: The applicant MUST sign in the space provided here ONLY in ink. Any stamped or typewritten name in the place of signature will NOT be accepted by USCIS.

6.b. Date of Signature: You MUST also enter the date on which you sign the application ONLY in the standard American format - mm/dd/yyyy.

Part 6: Interpreter's Contact Information, Certification and Signature

If you selected the option 1.b. From Part 5, then you must provide the interpreter's details in this section.

Interpreter's Full Name

1.a. Interpreter's Family Name (Last Name) : Enter the interpreter's last name

1.b. Interpreter's Given Name (First Name) : Enter the interpreter's first name

2. Interpreter's Business or Organisation Name : Enter the name of the interpreter's business or organisation where he/she works.

Interpreter's Mailing Address

3.a. Street Number and Name: Enter interpreter's street number and name.

For 3.b., in case your interpreter's address is an apartment, select Apt; if it is a suite, select Ste and to give floor number, select Flr and enter the name or number of Apt / Ste / Flr in the given space.

3.c. - 3.h. Provide the name or details of interpreter's City/Town, State, Zip Code, Province, Postal Code and Country in the space given for each item.

Interpreter's Contact Information

4. Interpreter's Daytime Telephone Number Enter your interpreter's telephone number here.

5. Interpreter's Mobile Telephone Number (if any) Enter your interpreter's additional mobile number here, if applicable.

6. Interpreter's Email Address (if any) Enter your interpreter's email address here, if he/she has one.

Interpreter's Certification

Read this section in your application carefully and provide the name of the language to which your interpreter translated this application and clearly explained the questions and answers.

7.a. Interpreter's Signature:

The interpreter MUST sign in the space provided here ONLY in ink. Any stamped or typewritten name in the place of signature will NOT be accepted by USCIS.

7.b. Date of Signature: Your interpreter MUST also enter the date on which he/she signs the application ONLY in the standard American format - mm/dd/yyyy.

Part 7. Contact Information, Declaration, and Signature of the Person Preparing this Application, if Other Than the Applicant

If your application is prepared by someone else other than you on behalf of you, provide the preparer's details in this section.

Preparer's Full Name

1.a. Preparer's Family Name (Last Name) : Enter the preparer's last name

1.b. Preparer's Given Name (First Name) : Enter the preparer's first name

2. Preparer's Business or Organisation Name : Enter the name of the preparer's business or organisation where he/she works.

Preparer's Mailing Address

3.a. Street Number and Name: Enter preparer's street number and name.

For 3.b., in case your preparer's address is an apartment, select Apt; if it is a suite, select Ste and to give floor number, select Flr and enter the name or number of Apt / Ste / Flr in the given space.

3.c. - 3.h. Provide the name or details of preparer's City/Town, State, Zip Code, Province, Postal Code and Country City/Town, State, Zip Code, Province, Postal Code and Country in the space given for each item.

Preparer's Contact Information

4. Preparer's Daytime Telephone Number Enter your preparer's telephone number here.

5. Preparer's Mobile Telephone Number (if any) Enter your preparer's additional mobile number here, if applicable.

6. Preparer's Email Address (if any) Enter your preparer's email address here, if he/she has one.

Preparer's Statement

7.a. If your preparer is NOT attorney and prepared your application on your behalf, select this option.

7.b. If your preparer is an attorney, choose if your attorney's representation extends or does not extend beyond preparing the application. If your preparer is an attorney or accredited representative whose representation extends beyond preparation of this application, you are obliged to submit a completed Form G-28, Notice of Entry of Appearance as Attorney or Accredited Representative along with this application.

Preparer's Certification

Read this section in your application carefully

Preparer's Signature

7.a. Preparer's Signature: The preparer MUST sign in the space provided here ONLY in ink. Any stamped or typewritten name in the place of signature will NOT be accepted by USCIS.

7.b. Date of Signature: Your preparer MUST also enter the date on which he/she signs the application ONLY in the standard American format - mm/dd/yyyy.

Part 8: Additional Information

For item numbers 1.a. - 7.d., if you need additional space to complete any information, use the space provided here. If the additional space provided here is not enough, you can also make copies of this page and attach them with your application, with Alien Registration Number written on top of each sheet; also, include the Page Number, Part Number and Item Number to which it refers to with date and your signature in each sheet. The date MUST be only in standard American format - mm/dd/yyyy.

What is Filing Fees?

The filing fee for your application is based on what reason you choose in Part 2 of your I-90 application. Based on your reason, the fee that you must include is given in the respective option. However, the fee for application filing is $455 and for biometric services, it is $85.You should submit the fee in the exact amount mentioned. This fee is non-refundable irrespective of the action taken by USCIS on your application. Do NOT mail cash.

When you prepare checks or money orders:

  • the checks and money orders must be drawn in banks or financial institutions located ONLY in the U.S. and must be payable ONLY in U.S. currency.

  • make your checks or money orders payable to U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Do not use short forms like USDHS or DHS. Mention it ONLY as U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Note: If your check returns as unplayable, USCIS will retry to process the payment. If it gets rejected for the second time, USCIS will reject your application and charge you a fee for the returned check.

Fee Waiver:

You may be eligible to get a fee waiver under 8 CFR 103.7(c). If you are eligible, complete Form I-912, Request for Fee Waiver and submit it with any evidence that proves you cannot pay the filing fee with your I-90 application. If you need more guidance on fee waiver, visit www.uscis.gov/feewaiver.

Where to file I-90?

To know the most recently updated information on where you should file the Form I-90, visit www.uscis.gov/I-90.

Penalties

If you knowingly and willfully falsify or conceal a material fact or submit a false document with your Form I-90, USCIS will deny your application and may deny any other immigration benefit. In addition, you will face severe penalties provided by law and may be subject to criminal prosecution.

And before you file your application...

Do save a copy of your completed application form for your future references. If you attend a biometrics appointment, it is recommended to review the information you have provided in your application. At that appointment, USCIS will permit you to complete the application process only if you are able to confirm, under penalty of perjury,that all of the information in your application is complete, true, and correct. If you are not able to make that attestation in good faith at that time, USCIS will require you to return for another appointment.

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