USCIS Issues Reminder About New Form I-129 Rejection Policies

by Eliza Grinberg on Sep. 16, 2019

Immigration Immigration  Deportation Immigration  Visa 

Summary: The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a reminder that on August 5, 2019, it has implemented a policy rejecting Form I-129 petitions that do not include the petitioner’s or applicant’s name and primary U.S. office address on Part 1 of the form.

immigration attorney nycThe United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a reminder that on August 5, 2019, it has implemented a policy rejecting Form I-129 petitions that do not include the petitioner's or applicant's name and primary U.S. office address on Part 1 of the form [PDF version]. We discussed the policy in an article on site [see article]. The USCIS addressed H2A petitioners specifically explaining that,”[b]ecause of the time-sensitive nature of the H-2A visa classification in particular, we remind H-2A petitioners that failure to follow this guidance may result in rejections of their petitions, adding time to the H-2A process.”

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