HOUSTON IMMIGRATION & NATURALIZATION ATTORNEYS
HOUSTON IMMIGRATION ATTORNEYS DAILY UPDATE - FEBRUARY 16, 2010
Revised Approval Notices for Forms I-129 and I-539 To Be Issued By USCIS
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), on February 5, 2010, issued an alert to applicants that some Notices of Approval (Forms I-797) that were issued between 1/20/2010 through 1/27/2010 had incorrect or missing information. The form types impacted are Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker (Form I-129) and Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status (Form I-539). After reviewing your approval notice and you determined that your approval notice may be one of those that were issued in error, please contact our Houston Immigration Attorneys for assistance.
At this time, USCIS has started mailing new approval notices with corrected information to affected I-129 petitioners and I-539 applicants. Petitioners and applicants who received incomplete or incorrect approval notices should not attempt to use them. USCIS estimates that approximately 500 incorrect Notices of Approval (Forms I-797) were issued.
These are examples of errors on the approval notices of affected petitioners and applicants:
• For Form I-129, petitioners who requested multiple unnamed beneficiaries were issued an approval notice that lists only one unnamed beneficiary.
• For Form I-539, some applicants were issued an approval notice with no validity dates listed.
If you know or believe that your Notice of Approval was issued with incorrect or missing information, and you do not receive a revised Notice of Approval by Monday, Feb. 8, please contact one of our Houston immigration attorneys and our Houston immigration lawyers to obtain assistance. We will contact the USCIS on your behalf and request a reissuance of approval notices. You can reach our U.S. immigration attorneys at 713-517-6645 or contact us online through our interactive contact form.
The excerpts above are information taken from reliable immigration resources, including the American Immigration Lawyers Association's (AILA), USCIS', and U.S. Department of States' websites. LAW OFFICES OF STEVEN TUAN PHAM makes no warranty as to the accuracy and veracity of any such information. All interested parties must active;y do his or her own research and contact an experienced Houston Immigration Lawyer or an experienced U.S. Immigration Attorney to assist in specific questions and to resolve his or her immigration concern. You can contact one of our experienced Houston immigration attorneys and our U.S. immigration lawyers at 713-517-6645 for personal assistance. Alternatively, please complete our Contact Form and one of our U.S. immigration attorneys will contact you shortly.