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My grandmothers wants to become a citizen but her Green Card is about to expire.

I’ve been trying to search posts but I’ve seen a lot of mixed messages. However, most point towards “you can still apply with an expired green card”.

So my grandmother wants to become a citizen, she’s savings money for a immigration lawyer to help her do the process.

However, her green card is going to expire in less than a month. And she has yet to begin the process of citizenship.

She often travel between Mexico and US a lot mostly to visit her mother (my great grandmother) as she’s becoming very ill lately.

I know the citizenship process can take a while. Would it be best to renew her green card since she travels a lot? If she does renew it, how long would it take to get it? Since she literally only has a month left with hers. Would she have trouble coming back into the US with an expired green card but a pending renewal?

My grandmother currently doesn’t want to pay the ~$500 renewal fee. But if she really needs it I would gladly put my money to help (currently trying to pay off my credit card debt).

Thanks for any responses! Anything help!

Edit: Not sure if this matters, just realized I should include it. She has a Sentri card that she uses to cross the border. I think she presents both green card and sentri card when crossing but I don’t really remember.

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