my wife has expired green card issued in 1965 I want to renew it what do we do without it taking for ever? Weve been married aprrox 25 yrs. We married when I was in the army and her father was in the army, so she was a military dependeant twice.
Is the there a loop hole or grandfather clasue that may help?
1 Answer from Attorneys
She can either apply to renew her expired green card (form I-90) or apply for US citizenship through naturalization (N-400), if she is a lawful permanent resident and otherwise qualifies.
There is no any "grandfather clause" in her situation.
She should check if she is already a US citizen through her parents, for example.
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