Category Archives: USCIS

USCIS Will Accept Only New Forms After Feb. 21, 2017

On Dec. 23, 2016, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had its new fees take effect and and on the same date it published updated versions of forms.  New applicants and petitioner should go to to download and submit these new versions, which are updated with the new fees and have an edition date of […]

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Filing I-751 before divorce finalizes

If you obtained your permanent residence status (green card) from marrying to a U.S. citizen, and if at the time the marriage is less than 2 years, your first receive a “conditional” green card which is valid for only two years.  In order to receive a permanent green card, you will need to file a […]

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How to Use New Form Supplement J to Adjustment of Status

Beginning January 17, 2017, a new form Supplement J to Form I-485 is required to either:

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Use form I-824 to Take Action on an Approved I-140 or I-130 Petition

The purpose of form I-824 is to request further action on a previously approved application or petition. One of the main actions on I-824 is for a beneficiary of a petition previous planned to have adjustment of status in the United States, but later on decide to have consular process in his or her own […]

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Texas Service Center Address for Courier Delivery of Submitting Request for Evidence Response

The Texas Service Center (TSC), one of the major service center of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, recently announced that there is a physical address for applicants or petitioners to submit responses to the Request for Evidence (RFE) of their cases.  The response can be delivered by courier to:

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