Minor Green Card Holders Must Renew at Age 14


U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires that all Permanent Residents who received their Green Card before the age of 14 renew their Card after their 14th birthday.

Applicants who wish to renew a child's Permanent Resident Card should file using Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card found at this link:

FILING WITHIN 30 DAYS OF CHILD TURNING 14:

The filing fee for Form I-90 is $365 and the biometrics fee is $85. If an applicant files Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card within 30 days of the child's 14th birthday, no filing fee will be required, only the biometrics (fingerprints) fee. Therefore, applicants filing under this reason will only have to pay $85.

FILING AFTER CHILD TURNED 14:

If an applicant files Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card after 30 days of the child's 14th birthday, both the filing fee AND the biometrics (fingerprints) fee will be required. Therefore, applicants filing under this reason will have to pay a total of $450.

For more information on renewing a Permanent Resident Card, please follow this link:

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