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Unfortunately, I do not work for USCIS so I cannot look that up for you in their system. However, I can give you some options on how to find this out.
The first option is to make an appointment INFOPASS- to go in person to your local USCIS office. There is a small possiblity that they can give you information about where you got your green card issued. They may not be able to see that in their system but it is free to try. Make an appointment here https://infopass.uscis.gov/
If you do not want to try then the other way is to request a FOIA, Freedom of Information Act record from USCIS. This is free also but can take several months. Here is the information on how to submit it. You send this form https://www.uscis.gov/g-639 by fax, email or regular mail. Here is the info on where you send it https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/freedom-information-and-privacy-act-foia/how-file-foia-privacy-act-request/how-file-foiapa-request
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