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    Introducing the Really Green Green Card (Fingerprints, RFI)

    Introducing the Really Green Card

    By NINA BERNSTEIN
    Published: May 11, 2010

    It’s called a “green card,
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    At This Time

    At This Time, the number of Green Cards issued should be severely limited due to the lack of work and resources available.

    Americans must be given first priority to these scarce jobs that become available...

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    "The new card incorporates holographic images, laser engraved fingerprints and radio frequency identification chips."

    I like this new card. It's will be next to impossible to counterfeit.
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    Green cards get security revamp

    By Stephen Magagnini
    smagagnini@sacbee.com
    Published: Wednesday, May. 12, 2010 - 12:15 pm

    The federal government has started issuing new, more secure "green cards" for permanent U.S. residents. The Permanent Resident Cards, redesigned by the U.S.. Citizenship and Immigration Services, are intended to deter immigration fraud. State-of-the-art technology incorporated into the new card prevents counterfeiting, obstructs tampering, and facilitates quick and accurate authentication.

    The new features will better serve law enforcement, employers, and immigrants, all of whom look to the green card as definitive proof of authorization to live and work in the United States. Among the benefits of the redesign: Secure optical media will store biometrics for rapid and reliable identification of the card holder. Holographic images, laser engraved fingerprints, and high resolution micro-images will make the card nearly impossible to reproduce.

    Tighter integration of the card design with personalized elements will make it difficult to alter the card if stolen, according to details released this week by the U.S.. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Radio Frequency Identification capability will allow Customs and Border Protection officers at ports of entry to read the card from a distance and compare it immediately to file data. A pre-printed return address will enable the easy return of a lost card to USCIS.

    In keeping with the Permanent Resident Card's nickname, it will now be colored green - instead of pink-orange - for easy recognition. USCIS will replace green cards already in circulation as individuals apply for renewal or replacement.

    Some existing green cards bear an expiration date, and those cards will remain valid until they expire. Holders of those cards will receive the redesigned version when seeking a renewal or replacement. Other existing green cards have no expiration date, and those cards will remain valid.

    A lawful permanent resident may seek a replacement card by filing a Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card. The Form I-90 and instructions are available online at http://www.uscis.gov/forms . If outside the United States, a lawful permanent resident should contact the nearest U.S. consulate, USCIS office, or U.S. port of entry before attempting to file a Form I-90.

    The current cost of renewing or replacing a green card is $370. Additionally, eligible permanent residents may choose to explore becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen. For more information on eligibility for naturalization, go to www.uscis.gov/citizenship .

    "When you get a green card, it's issued for 10 years ," said USCIS spokeswoman Sharon Rummery. "You can get an I-90 from community-based organizations that help immigrants or our office at 650 Capitol Mall."
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    A preview of a new Social Security card for all?

    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-198937.html
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