While Permanent Resident status itself does not expire, Green Cards (the official documentation of Permanent Resident status) must be renewed every 10 years. Neglecting to renew your Green Card may make it difficult to travel internationally or to prove your eligibility for employment in the U.S. You should renew your green card within 6 months of the expiration dated noted on your card.

If you were convicted of a crime after you received your green card, you should consult with an experienced immigration attorney prior to applying to renew your green card.

Here's How We Can Help You

  • We will review your eligibility for the immigration benefit and identify any potential legal issues that may affect your eligibility.
  • We will help you gather the necessary documents in support of all relevant applications and petitions
  • We will prepare and submit all relevant applications and petitions with the appropriate U.S. Government office and ensure the submission of the correct filing fees
If you have any questions,  you can contact our office at (408) 279-5793.
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