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The Immigration Service Announces Deadlines for People Wishing to Change Their Nonimmigrant Visa Status - Jesus Reyes Law

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The Immigration Service Announces Deadlines for People Wishing to Change Their Nonimmigrant Visa Status

The US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) has recently informed foreigners with Nonimmigrant Visas who wish to change their immigration status, that starting on March 11 of this year, a revised form I -539 will be published, alongside a new form that will be issued, which will be called I-539A. The I-539A will refer to the supplementary information for the extension or change of status request that replaces Supplement A provided in the previous versions of Form I-539. The form I-539A can only be presented together with the I-539 form, it can not be presented as an independent form.
It is important to note that each individual included in the Primary Applicant’s form must submit a separate application and pay a biometric service fee.
Finally, the Immigration and Citizenship Service (USCIS) will reject any of the forms mentioned that lack any of the signatures or biometric service fees.

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