USCIS Forms

Where to Send N-600?

Form N-600, Application for Certificate of Citizenship, is the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) form that must be filed by individuals who acquire or derive U.S. citizenship from their parents and by the individuals who become U.S. citizens by the action of law, to obtain U.S. citizenship certificates. A variety of supporting documents must be …

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USCIS Will Only Accept the Current Form N-400

If you are considering becoming a U.S. citizen, you need to know that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has stopped accepting older editions of Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. The agency will now accept only the current edition of the naturalization application. To apply for U.S. citizenship, you will need to file Form N-400 …

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What Happens After Filing Form I-821?

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is nothing but the temporary immigration status that the Secretary of Homeland Security grants the citizens of certain designated foreign countries. The Secretary will designate foreign countries that have suffered and that suffer major disruptions such as civil wars or natural disasters, for TPS and citizens of such countries will be …

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N-600 Form 2013

USCIS has implemented the revised Form N-600 and people who need to obtain US citizenship certificates will have to file the revised form bearing the edition date 04/08/2013 and the previous editions of the form may not be accepted and this new form has replaced the previous edition of Form N-600. Form N-600 is meant …

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I-134 Versus I-864

Petitioners who file applications to sponsor their family members will have to sponsor those beneficiaries financially. Many such applicants are unaware of the Affidavit of Support forms and they are confused about which form they need to submit as there are two Affidavit of Support forms, Form I-134 and Form I-864. When you sponsor your …

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Does the USCIS Waive Application Filing Fees?

People who seek to apply for immigration benefits will have to file the respective USCIS forms that suit their needs and the USCIS charges filing fees for such applications and it will not process applications that are filed without the required filing fees. In certain circumstances, you may not be able to afford the filing …

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New Format of Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker

USCIS Form I-140, is an employment based immigrant visa petition that must be filed by a US employer who looks forward to hire a citizen of a foreign country. If you are a foreign national, you may become a Green Card holder in the United States, if an employer in the United States offers you …

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Filing Location Change for USCIS Form I-130

Beginning January 1, 2012, Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative has to mailed to either the Chicago or Phoenix Lockbox facility depending on the place of residence of the applicant. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently made this announcement regarding stand-alone I-130 forms. Information regarding the states and the corresponding Lockbox facility will be …

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