Where do I send my I-90 form?

Answer:

Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card, is used by lawful permanent residents to renew or replace their green card. The mailing address for your Form I-90 depends on your location and whether you are filing with or without a fee. Here is a breakdown of where to send your I-90 form:

Filing Addresses for Form I-90:

  1. If You Are Filing Online:
    • You can file Form I-90 online through the USCIS website. This is the recommended and most efficient method.
  2. If You Are Filing by Mail:With USCIS Lockbox Facility (If Paying with Check or Money Order):
    • For U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Deliveries: USCIS P.O. Box 21262 Phoenix, AZ 85036
    • For Express Mail and Courier Deliveries (FedEx, UPS, DHL): USCIS Attn: I-90 1820 E. Skyharbor Circle S Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ 85034
  3. If You Are Filing with the Help of an Attorney or Accredited Representative:
    • Your attorney or representative will provide specific instructions based on your case and filing method.
  4. Fee Waiver Requests:
    • If you are requesting a fee waiver, include Form I-912, Request for Fee Waiver, with your I-90 application. The mailing address remains the same as above, but ensure all required documentation is included to support your fee waiver request.

Important Tips:

  • Check the Latest Address: USCIS mailing addresses can change. Always verify the current address on the USCIS website or the Form I-90 instructions page before mailing your application.
  • Include Correct Fees: Ensure you include the correct filing fee or fee waiver request. Incorrect fees can result in your application being rejected.
  • Documentation: Include all necessary supporting documents, such as copies of your current green card, and any other required evidence.
  • Tracking and Confirmation: Use a mailing method that provides tracking and delivery confirmation to ensure your application is received by USCIS.

For more detailed information on where to send your Form I-90 and guidance on the application process, visit this comprehensive resource: Where Do I Send My I-90 Form?.

Ensuring your Form I-90 is sent to the correct address and includes all required information and fees will help avoid delays in processing your application.