US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that all I-90 Applications to Replace Permanent Resident Card must be sent to an address in Phoenix, Arizona. This change affects ANYone who is filing a paper I-90. As immigration lawyers in Los Angeles, Fong & Chun often gets phone calls seeking help to follow up on lost or delayed applications, and despite the instructions that may appear on the I-90 instruction sheet, the new Phoenix addresses went into effect on 27 April 2009. If you do not use these new addresses for your I-90, the application (and fee) will likely be rejected, returned, or lost, and the issuance of your LPR card will be delayed.
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