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A Green Card, also known as a Permanent Resident Card, is one of the most important proofs for an immigrant that verifies their status as a permanent resident. It is also serves a valid form of identification that allows one to live and work in the United States. Although some of the older issued Green Cards have no expiration dates, the newer Permanent Resident Cards (Form I-551) are valid for 10 years. If you have been granted conditional permanent residency, the card is valid for 2 years. Due to its importance as a form of ID for a permanent resident, it is important that you keep your Green Card up-to-date. Because remember, without a valid Green Card, your ability to travel outside the United Sates, or even work here, is compromised.
Well, how do you know if you need to replace your Green Card?
Most importantly, youneed to replace your Green Card if your card is about to expire. This does not apply to you if you are a conditional permanent resident whose green card is about to expire, but more on that later;
If your Green Card has been lost, stolen, or damaged, then you need to replace it as soon as possible. If it was stolen or lost, it is important to notify the USCIS and local police as soon as can because this is a government issued form of identification that in the wrong hands, will make your life difficult since it is a form of ID theft; continue reading Need To Replace Your Lost Or Outdated Green Card?
Immigrants with advanced degrees from U.S. universities working in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are creating jobs in the U.S. (Photo: Smartplanet.com)
Did you know that 25% of the high-tech companies created in the U.S. from 1995 to 2005 were founded by at least one immigrant, and that nearly 40% of the 2010 Fortune 500 companies were started by an immigrant or the child of an immigrant?
These are some of the findings regarding the impact of immigration on the U.S. economy - particularly in the labor market - that are analyzed in a study published today by the American Enterprise Institute and the Partnership for a New American Economy.