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nevertoolate     03/06/2019 14:34 PM
 


My daughter received her GC back in July 2018, whilst I realized about 2 month later the sex (gender) shows on her card specified as M (male).
Sharing here the timeline to receive new card with I-90 case:

Aug-28-2018 - I-90 form was filled online at uscis website. I uploaded copy of GC with the error and also birth certificate, as well as passport and copy of I-485 where application stated the correct gender. In order not to pay for the application I had to specify the reason for replacement - uscis error. If you are in fault for this kind of error do not expect not to pay for the card replacement.

Aug-29-2018 - We received your Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card, and mailed you a receipt notice. It is being processed at our Integrated Operating Env location.

Sep-2018 - received NOA for application receipt and it was saying that a new bio-metrics appointment will follow but a week later a new letter stated that existing bio-metrics on file (from July 2017) would be reused, so no appointment is required.

Oct-31-2018 - We mailed a request for additional evidence for your Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card. the RFE requested the original card be sent to VA uscis location, which I did few days later.

Nov-19-2018 - We received your response to our Request for Evidence for your Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card. Our Integrated Operating Env office is working on your case again. this status confirmed the original card sent via mail arrived.

Feb-26-2019 - We are producing your new card for your Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card.

March-1-2019 - On March 1, 2019, we produced your new card for your Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card, Receipt Number ##########

Mach-5-2019 Got USPS notification that package from uscis will arrive on March-7, eventually status changed twice on same day. once said it will be delivered on Mar-6, and then to delivered the same day (Mar-5)

Overall it took a bit more than 6 months to get new card.

Worth to mention that I scheduled an infopass appointment on Dec-2018, when I realized the new card is not going to be sent soon enough, and we might need to get out of the country, so I wanted to get i-551 stamp on her passport (valid for 1 year). other than get the appointment itself that was very quick and straight forward process.


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