USCIS Lifts “Prepaid Mailers” Embargo

USCIS has issued a retraction of its recent update which placed a embargo on prepaid mailers. The Update dated July 23rd had discontinuance the use of “prepaid mailers” for issuing notices and documents. As the notice caused anxiety for several USCIS customers, the Agency relented to allow the public the … Continue reading

Getting a Green Card through Employment

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have 140,000 green cards slots set aside annually only for people who have job skills that U.S. wants to retain permanently. Generally, these petitioners have to garner a job offer from a U.S. based Company, and eventually get an employer willing to … Continue reading

Adjustment of Status FAQ: Part 2

Q21: Will USCIS permit applicants who filed adjustment applications between July 2, 2007 – July 17, 2007, but who have not yet received a USCIS generated receipt notice, to file for Advance Parole and Employment Authorization based on proof of delivery of the I-485 application? A21. Yes. Q22: What will … Continue reading

Form I-485 Adjustment of Status FAQ

USCIS has issued a FAQ regarding the Employment-Based Adjustment Applications Filed by Aliens Whose Priority Dates are Current under Department of State July Visa Bulletin No. 107 Q1: Will USCIS reject a concurrently filed EB I-140/I-485 case if it is lacking a required Labor Certification? A1. USCIS will not accept … Continue reading

No more Prepaid Mailers- says USCIS

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have advised the public that as of July 30, 2007, USCIS’ Service Centers will discontinue the use of “prepaid mailers” for notices and documents for most services. A prepaid mailer is a self-addressed envelope, where postage is paid by the addressee. USCIS have used … Continue reading