Requests and renewals of work authorization. USCIS issues new form I-765.
Have you heard that when you learn the answers, then, they change the questions? Exactly that usually happens in immigration matters, which is why it is so important to have adequate legal counsel.
On June 26, 2020, USCIS announced the issuance of a new rule that modifies the regulations of the Department of Homeland Security related to asylum applications, immigration interviews and eligibility criteria for applying for employment authorization based on a pending asylum application. The new final rule will take effect on August 25, 2020.
As of August 25, 2020, those who wish to request an initial work authorization document or those who wish to renew their work authorization in the context of an asylum application, must submit biometrics and pay the biometrics services fee. Those who wish to complete these requests must pay $ 410, plus $ 85 for the biometrics.
As of August 25, USCIS will only accept applications submitted with the new form I-765. The current form I-765 dated 12/26/19 will only be accepted if the petition is received before this date. Regarding the new form, USCIS has reported on its website that new questions have been included for applicants with pending asylum applications.
If you need to renew your work permit or apply for it for the first time, you can contact the Law Office of Giselle Ayala Mateus by calling +1 347 329 3952. We are here to help you. Every case is different and having an attorney focused on your unique situation can make a difference. Get in touch now!
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