Starting in January, USCIS will replace the sticker currently issued to lawful permanent residents (LPRs) to extend the validity of their Permanent Resident Card “Green Card.” Applicants that file to replace an expiring Green Card will receive a revised receipt notice in the mail approximately 7-10 days after USCIS accepts their application. This notice will be printed on secure paper and serve as evidence of identity and employment authorization when presented with an expired Green Card.
For more information see USCIS to Replace Sticker That Extends Validity of Green Cards
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