USCIS Revises Form I-90



New Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card


WASHINGTON - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that a new version of  the Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card (Form I-90), is available on the USCIS website.  The new version of the form is dated 8/10/09 and contains more user-friendly features.

Applicants may file Form I-90 electronically (through e-filing), or through the mail to the USCIS Phoenix Lockbox facility.

For U.S. Postal Service:

P.O. Box 21262
Phoenix, AZ 85036

For express mail and courier deliveries:

Attention: I-90
1820 E. Skyharbor Circle S Floor 1
Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ 85034

USCIS will accept previous versions of Form I-90 for 45 days, until July 28, 2010.  After July 28, 2010, USCIS will reject all previous versions of Form I-90 and will return incorrect applications with a note instructing applicants to refile using the correct version of the form.  

Applicants filing a form at a USCIS Lockbox facility may elect to receive an email and/or text message notifying them that their application has been accepted by completing Form G-1145, E-Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance , and attaching it to the first page of their application.

For more information on USCIS programs, visit or call the USCIS National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283.



Last updated:06/14/2010


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