Notice to Appear (NTA) is a document issued by government agencies to aliens who may be placed in a removal proceeding before an immigration judge. The immigration judge will decide whether the noncitizen should be removed and who can remain in the United States. There are different agencies that can issue a NTA, as discussed […]
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USCIS on August 12, 2014 announced that USCIS customers can use the overnight delivery or courier service of their choice to receive certain documents. This option provides greater customer service by allowing applicants or petitioners to select their preferred delivery service provider to receive documents such as approval and denial notices, requests for evidence, and […]
If you have a petition or application pending at the USCIS, it is very important to update the address once you moved. The case can get denied if a Request for Evidence is not received. If the case is approved, the approval notice is important to keep for record.
Sometimes an application or petitioner may want to expedite their cases before the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for various reasons. The reason has to comply with expedite request criteria described below.
In most petitions and applications filed with the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”), the form instructions do not require the petitioners or applicants submit original documents. Those documents could be such as birth certificates or marriage certificates, depending on the nature and purpose of the petition or application. In most cases, photocopies of these […]