Monday, January 21, 2013

USCIS Updates FAQs on I-601 Provisional Stateside Waiver & Randall is mentioned in San Jose Mercury News Article

I-601 Provisional Stateside Waivers are not yet in effect, but there is a lot of excitement surrounding the new policy that is expected to take effect on March 4, 2013. The San Jose Mercury News wrote a story featuring our very own Randall Caudle as well as Erika and Edgar Torres, a couple from Northern California who qualify for the I-601 Waiver. For more on the story read Foreign spouses, children to benefit from U.S. immigration policy change by Matt O’Brian of the San Jose Mercury News.

For Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about I-601 Provisional Waiver see:

USCIS Waiver Fact Sheet

Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers: Questions & Answers


immigratingtousa said...

USCIS recently published revised Forms I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card, and I-601, Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility.

The revised Form I-90 is labeled with a Dec. 17, 2012, edition date. The revised Form I-601 is labeled with a Dec. 16, 2012, edition date. Both forms are now available for use and can be downloaded from the USCIS forms website.

Previous editions of Forms I-90 and I-601 dated before Dec. 17, 2012, and Dec. 16, 2012, respectively, will only be accepted until April 16, 2013 – 90 calendar days after publication of the revised forms. After April 16, 2013, we will only accept the Dec. 17, 2012, edition for Form I-90 and the Dec. 16, 2012, edition for Form I-601.

Downloading the revised forms from the USCIS website is recommended for improved intake and processing. Using the latest editions of these forms facilitates optimal character recognition for data capture and prompts the customer to fill out the form completely.

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