HOUSTON IMMIGRATION & NATURALIZATION ATTORNEYS
HOUSTON IMMIGRATION ATTORNEYS DAILY UPDATE - FEBRUARY 23, 2010
Change of Filing Location for Form I-102, Application for Replacement/Initial Nonimmigrant Departure Document
On February 22, 2010, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced revised filing instructions and addresses for applicants filing form I-102, an Application for Replacement/Initial Nonimmigrant Arrival-Departure Document (Form I-102). The new form I-102 is dated 1/13/10 and is now available of USCIS website. Contact the Houston Immigration Attorneys at the Law Offices of Steven Tuan Pham to prepare and file an I-102 application.
Form I-102 is an application in which a nonimmigrant request a re-issue or the initial issue of the nonimmigrant departure record, form I-94. Form I-94 is issued for nonimmigrants who enter the U.S. through a port of entry by the U.S. Custom & Border Patrol. The form indicates the date in which the person entered the U.S. and the lenght of authorized stay. As such, all nonimmigrants must possess a copy of form I-94 at all times. Nonimmigrants may be inspected at any time by U.S. Custom and Border Patrol Officer or Immigration Custom Enforcement officers (ICE.)
Beginning February 22, 2010, applicants submitting Form I-102 by itself must mail their application to the USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox facility, based on where they are located. Detailed guidance can be found in the updated Form I-102 instructions, which can be accessed through USCIS' website at www.uscis.gov. Applicants submitting their Form I-102 with another form should submit both forms according to the filing instructions for the other form.
For assistance in filing form I-102, please contact our Houston Immigration Lawyers and our U.S. Immigration attorneys at 713-517-6645.
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