In order to travel abroad, you will need to file an application to replace your stolen green card.
If you have not already done so, you should file a police report on your stolen purse.
USCIS often likes to see a copy of the police report when a Permanent Resident claims their green card has been stolen.
Can I travel if I lost my green card?
If Your Green Card is Lost or Stolen Inside the U.S.This can be problematic if you need to start a new job or travel abroad. If you need to travel abroad before you receive the replacement green card, you can make an appointment with your local USCIS office by calling 1-800-375-5283.
What should I do if I lost my green card?
To replace a lost, stolen, or damaged green card, you need to fill out Form I-90 (officially called the “Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card”), provide supporting documentation, and, if required, pay a filing fee. There are other reasons you might need to replace your green card.
Do I need my green card to travel?
Lawful permanent residents are free to travel outside the United States, and temporary or brief travel usually does not affect your lawful permanent resident status. To travel to a foreign country, you will need to present a passport and your Permanent Resident Card (Green Card).