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Did You Know? A Green Card Does Not Always Have a Signature
U.S. Customs and Immigration wants you to know that Green Cards (also known as Permanent Resident Cards) do not always include the holder’s signature. In limited cases, USCIS may waive the signature requirement for certain people, such as children under the age of consent or individuals who are physically unable to provide a signature.
These Green Cards, which will bear the words "signature waived" on the front and back, are acceptable as a List A identity and eligibility verification document for purposes of completing a Form I-9.
You can read more at USCIS' website.