Green card may refer to:
- Green card, the informal name for an ID card attesting to the permanent resident status of an immigrant in the United States.
- Green Card, the certificate CARD issued by The Council of Bureaux' International Motor Insurance Card System
At the end of World War II, the government created a form known as I-151. This form was the Alien Registration Receipt Form and was printed on green paper. In 1977, the I-151 form became the I-551 form, and is not printed on green paper. Green cards are not actually green. But the name stuck as a result of the I-151 form being printed on green paper.
- Green card, a warning card against further infractions by a field hockey player
- Green card, a warning card against further infractions by a Pride Fighting Championships competitor
- Association football: a green card was shown to physiotherapists or medical doctors to signal they had permission to enter the field of play.
- Green Card (film), a 1990 romantic comedy film involving this status
- Green card, slang for a medical cannabis certificate in Canada and the United States
- Green card (IBM/360), the shorthand "bible" for programmers during the late 1960s and 1970s
- The Greencards, a progressive bluegrass band
- Schweingruber, Alan (6 October 2014). "FIFA Weekly". FIFA.com. p. 31. Retrieved 6 October 2014.
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