Green Card Renewals, Corrections, and the Phasing Out of InfoPass - Recording (.MP3)
As our clients experience more complications and delays when renewing their green cards, practitioners must be equipped to provide practical solutions to complex problems. Our expert panelists will discuss how to correct DHS errors on green cards, and address issues of expired or soon-to-expire green cards while a client is filing for naturalization.
They also will advise on best practices for assisting clients in obtaining I-551 stamps as temporary proof of status at InfoPass appointments and in jurisdictions where InfoPass appointments have been eliminated.
- How to Correct Common DHS Errors on Green Cards: Incorrect Name, Date of Birth, Validity Period, and Other Errors
- Successfully Obtaining an I-551 Stamp at a Field Office During an InfoPass Appointment
- How to Obtain an I-551 Stamp from Field Offices Where InfoPass Appointments Have Been Replaced with the Information Services Modernization Program
- Expiring Green Cards and Filing for Naturalization: Addressing the Issues
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