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Form EOIR-29 Notice of Appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals from a Decision of a USCIS Officer

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Form I-140 Petition for Alien Worker

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INSTRUCTIONS: PETITION FOR ALIEN WORKERS (Form I-140)

 

Form I-140 is a form issued by the Department of Homeland Services (DHS). Employers must complete and submit this form in order to obtain a visa for any foreign citizen they wish to employ. The form can be obtained directly from the website of the Department of Homeland Services. A $580 submission fee must be included with the application.

 

Immigration Petition for Alien Worker I-140 Step 1: In Part I, enter your full name, address, the name of the business you are completing the form on behalf of and your IRS tax number.

 

Immigration Petition for Alien Worker I-140 Step 2: In Part II, check the box next to the line that describes the type of worker you are trying to bring over. Be sure to consult the instructions provided by the DHS for what kind of additional evidence must be attached to substantiate the status of the employee in question.

 

Immigration Petition for Alien Worker I-140 Step 3: In Part III, provide the name, address and contact information of the person you are filling the form out on behalf of, including their current nationality. If they are already in the United States, note their date of entry into the country, current status and information about their I-94 status. This is the visa that must be produced on arrival and departure in the United States.

 

Immigration Petition for Alien Worker I-140 Step 4: Indicate whether the worker in question will apply for visa at an embassy abroad or will be adjusting their status within the United States. Provide their foreign address if you have listed an American address previously. Note any other petitions being filed along with this one.

 

Immigration Petition for Alien Worker I-140 Step 5: Provide the name of business filing the petition, along with information about income, number of employees and other information requested. If an individual, provide your name and annual income.

 

Immigration Petition for Alien Worker I-140 Step 6: Describe the job in non-technical terms. Indicate whether the position is part or full time and list what the wages will be.

 

Immigration Petition for Alien Worker I-140 Step 7: List the name, age, gender, country of birth and relationship to the worker in question of all children or spouses.

 

Immigration Petition for Alien Worker I-140 Step 8: Sigh and date the form, including your contact information.

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Form i-751 Petition to Remove Conditions On Residence

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INSTRUCTIONS: PETITION TO REMOVE CONDITIONS ON RESIDENCE (Form I-751)

 

Aliens living in the United States on a conditional basis (those married to American citizens or children who entered the country with their parents) must apply to have these conditions removed before the second anniversary that they were granted this status. The US Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) office provides the Form I-751 form for this purpose. It can be obtained directly from their website.

 

Petition To Remove Conditions On Residence I-751 Step 1: List your name, address, mailing address (if applicable), alien residential number and the day your conditional residential status expires.

 

Petition To Remove Conditions On Residence I-751 Step 2: Indicate whether you are filing the petition jointly with your spouse or are a child who entered the country with alien parents. Other categories include those who were married but divorced, whose spouse is dead, who were abused by their spouse or parents, or who would suffer extreme hardship if removed from the United States.

 

Petition To Remove Conditions On Residence I-751 Step 3: Under "Additional Information About You," list the date and place of your marriage, as well as the date of your spouse's death (if applicable). Note any criminal charges filed against you or crimes committed in the United States or abroad. Consult official instructions to determine what kind of documentation must be attached. Those who are married to someone other than the spouse through whom they gained conditional resident status should note this here.


Petition To Remove Conditions On Residence I-751 Step 4: List the name, address, date of birth, social security number and alien residential number of the parent or spouse through whom you gained conditional residence.

 

Petition To Remove Conditions On Residence I-751 Step 5: List all children if applicable.

 

Petition To Remove Conditions On Residence I-751 Step 6: If requesting accommodation for yourself, a spouse or a child with disabilities, indicate this under "Part 6" and explain their condition.

 

Petition To Remove Conditions On Residence I-751 Step 7: Sign the document, along with the date. If you are filing jointly with a spouse, they should do the same.

 

Petition To Remove Conditions On Residence I-751 Step 8: If the document has been prepared by a lawyer, they should provide their name, contact information and the address of their firm below, along with a signature and date.

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Form EOIR-42A Application for Cancellation of Removal for Certain Permanent Residents

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Form G-325 A Biographic Data Sheet

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INSTRUCTIONS : BIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION (Form G-325a)


A G-325a Form is used by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for the collection of biographical information for foreign nationals seeking entrance in the United States.  It is used in conjunction with the I-130 visa petition. 

In this case, we are using the G-325a Form provided by the Department of Homeland Security.   Examples of the form can be found online or directly from a Department of Homeland Security office..    

The first step in completing the form is to provide your basic information in the first few boxes.


1. Provide your name, gender, date of birth, and nationality in the first line of boxes. 


2. In the second line, put your alias names, city and country of birth, and your social security number, if one has been issued to you. 


3. The third line of boxes requires that you identify your mother and father, including their date, city, and country of birth, and their current residence. 


4. The fourth line requires you to identify your current spouse if any.  If you have a spouse, you must provide their name and information in the corresponding boxes.  


5. Name any former spouses and provide their information in the fifth line of boxes.


6. In the next box, you must document all of your past residences in the past 5 years.  Provide the address, city, state, country, and time of residence.  If you need additional space, you can use a supplemental sheet attached to your F-325a Form.


7. If you resided outside of the U.S. for more than a year, you must indicate the last address which you spent more than a year outside of the United States.  


8. In the next box, write down all of your previous employment for the past five years.  State your occupation, employer, and time spent in that position. 


9. Indicate what process you are supplementing with this G-325a Form, indicating naturalization, permanent resident status, or other.  Sign the completed form.


10.  At the end of the G-325a Form, provide your last name, first name, middle name, and alien registration number. 


11. Submit the form to supplement you I-130 Form and keep a copy for your records.  

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Form I-94 Arrival and Departure Record

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Form I-730 Refugee Asylee Relative Petition Instruction

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Form I-693 Medical Examination and Vaccination Report

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INSTRUCTIONS : REPORT OF MEDICAL EXAMINATION AND VACCINATION REPORT (Form I-693)


The Form I-693, known as the Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Report, is typically required for all applicants filing for an adjustment of status to that of a lawful permanent resident. Form I-693 is used to report the result of a medical examination to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services; the examination is required by the United States Federal Government to establish that an applicant is not inadmissible to the country on public health grounds. A full list of medical conditions or health grounds that would impede an individual from receiving permanent residence can be found in section 212 of the Immigration and Nationality Act.


Once your medical examination is completed, the coordinating civil surgeon is required by law to give you, the applicant, the completed Form I-693 in a sealed envelope. Be sure to not accept the form if the envelope is not sealed. It is important to note that you, the applicant and not the civil surgeon, is required to submit the form to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. If you are applying for an adjustment of status you must submit the Form I-693 with your Form I-485 (the application to register for permanent residence or adjust status, as noted in the instructions on the Form I-485.


The form consists of six pages and the majority of the information will be filed by the doctor or medical professional who initiated your medical examination. Do not tamper with the submitted information that the doctor supplies to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. The information entered is directly related to your medical examination; the doctor will submit his findings from the examination in accordance to the application’s inquiries. When you receive the envelope print and sign your name on page 7 and include it with your submitted documentation for a permanent residency or adjustment of status application.

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Form I-90 Application to Replace Permanent Residence Card

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INSTRUCTIONS: APPLICATION TO REPLACE PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD (Form I-90)

 

Resident permanent aliens are required to have a green card certifying their status. This card expires every 10 years and must be renewed. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) division of the Department of Homeland Security processes requests for replacements of expired or missing cards or who otherwise requires replacement of an existing document. This form is not for the use of those in the United States on a conditional basis to extend their status. The document can be obtained from the USCIS website.

 

Application To Replace Permanent Resident Card Step 1: Indicate whether you are a permanent resident, a permanent resident with "commuter" status, or a "conditional permanent resident" seeking a replacement of that residency card.
 

Application To Replace Permanent Resident Card Step 2: Indicate the reason you are seeking a replacement of your card next to the appropriate. Theft of the card, its imminent expiration within six months and other applicable reasons are listed.

 

Application To Replace Permanent Resident Card Step 3: Under "Processing Information," list your parents' names, the city and embassy or USCIS office where your visa was submitted and approved, and whether you have ever been ordered to be removed from the United States. If you indicate that you have ever faced legal problems in the United States, a page is included with the form for you to provide a detailed explanation of the circumstances. If you first entered the country as an immigrant, indicate where and when you were admitted.

 

Application To Replace Permanent Resident Card Step 4: If you are requesting accommodation for disability, indicate the type of disability and assistance you need. For example, those unable to travel because of medical care may be visited by a USCIS official to help them complete the applicable forms.

 

Application To Replace Permanent Resident Card Step 5: Sign and date the form. Include your daytime telephone number.

 

Application To Replace Permanent Resident Card Step 6: If you are preparing the form on behalf of another person, sign and date the form below them. Attorneys or formal legal representatives must include a completed form G-28 along with this application.

 

Application To Replace Permanent Resident Card Step 7: Submit the form either in paper form or via email to USCIS at the address indicated in their instructions.

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Form I-730 Refugee Asylee Relative Petition

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