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Is it illegal to withhold someone\'s passport and green card in California?

This topic contains 2 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by  Herper 5 months, 3 weeks ago.

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    Ashish

    My uncle daughter’s is the petitioner in Beaumont California. Before my uncle left the daughter’s house, He asks for his Philippine passport and U.S. alien-green-card but the daughter didn’t give his ID’s. So my uncle left together with his brother to live permanently in Vallejo, California. How can my uncle get his passport and green card?

  • #3171 Reply

    Phovia

    Unfortunately, replacing a green card is expensive — $455. It’s generally better to keep it in one’s personal possession at all times (in fact there is a law that requires it). It’s not necessary for a green card holder to have a passport, however, so unless your uncle intends to travel to another country then he can wait to replace that.

  • #3172 Reply

    Herper

    For the record, Beaumont is in the south southeast desert along I-10 near the Mexican border. Vallejo is in NorCal north of Oakland. About a 7 hour drive between them assuming no traffic.

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