USCIS innovation: making family reunification easier
US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) updated on its website list of forms that are now available online.
From today you can fill out and submit an online form I-130 (Petition for Alien Relative) petitions addressed to a relative who is a citizen of another country.
Online registration allows foreigners to submit forms electronically, check the status of the case, and receive notifications from USCIS.
“The I-130 form is one of the most common,” said USCIS Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli.
“As we continue the transition to online operations, applicants can now experience the convenience of filing documents electronically. USCIS is increasing the number of forms available for online registration to make our agency more efficient and effective, ”he added.
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With today's add-on, people can now file eight USCIS forms online:
- Form I-90, Permanent Resident Card Replacement Application
- Form I-130, Petition addressed to a relative who is a citizen of another country
- Form I-539, Application for Renewal / Change of Non-Immigrant Status (Form I-539 is the first online application that uses the USCIS electronic processing strategy. Check your right to submit this form online at gov / i539online.)
- Form N-336, Request for a hearing on a decision on naturalization (as per 336 INA section)
- Form N-400, Application for Naturalization
- Form N-565, Application for the replacement of documents for naturalization / citizenship
- N-600 Form, Citizenship Application
- Form N-600K, Application for Citizenship and Issuance of a Certificate According to Section 322
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To submit these forms online, people must first create a USCIS account online at myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov . A free account allows them to:
- Submit and track the status of your forms;
- Pay their fees;
- Track the status of your business;
- Contact USCIS through a secure inbox;
- Respond to requests for evidence.
The site notes that USCIS is still accepting the latest paper version of all forms by mail.
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