Check here how your Green Card application process is going

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The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is an agency of the Department of Homeland Security that issues Green Cards to foreign nationals. The green card gives immigrants the ability to reside, work and qualify for government benefits in the country.

There are several cards that do not have an expiration date, but almost all of them have a ten-year window to expire. Other cards, such as the conditional permanent residency card, have two years before expiration.

The ways to know the status of a Green Card petition are different and have had changes after the impact of the Coronavirus. The ways to contact can be in person, online via the Internet, by phone call, by mail and by e-mail.

The best option

The USCIS and the immigrant advisory group Boundless believe that the virtual alternative is the simplest. The interested party will have different access to the USCIS depending on whether they are in the United States or in other countries.

If the client is in North America, the procedure is simple and agile, because he/she will only enter the registration number in the USCIS website. For this operation, he/she will look in the part that indicates the status of the case online and then review the status.

Citizens who are outside the U.S. territory have to save the numbering of the immigrant visa process. They will then enter the Consular Electronic Application Center (CEAC) digital page to check the status of the visa petition.

The screen will display some variants to apply for visas and the user will mark the immigrant visa with its digits. The action will be finalized when the code that prevents any fraud is written and the information is sent. The person who needs a physical appointment can contact the USCIS contact center at 1-800-375-5283.

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