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Disgruntled in HOUSTON,TEXAS-
I recently lost my permanent resident card and my new employer says I need to show her the actual card. It is not enough that I know my number. I did manage to replace my driver's license and ssn fairly quickly but as anyone with experience with the INS knows, it could take up to 6 months to get a replacement card. It has been two months since I submitted my paperwork to INS and I barely received a receipt for my money order ($110.00!!). My employer gave me three weeks or else I'm fired. I told my dad and he said that that is discrimination because no one is allowed to work without a driver's license and ssn, anyway. I don't know but I need help. Does he have any clue what he is talking about? Thanks.

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