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Monday, April 1, 2024

A new employment-based Green Card alert for Form I-693 is released by USCIS.

Green Card alert for Form I-693 by USCIS

A new employment-based Green Card alert for Form I-693 is released by USCIS.

The excellent news about the H1B lottery selection was sent out via email to a limited group of registrants last week by US Citizenship and Immigration Services. It was already announced that notice alerts would continue to be sent out through April 1. Through social media on Monday, USCIS sent out a fresh alert to those who apply for Green Cards based on employment.

It was noted that a "Request for Evidence" for Form I-693 had been given to certain applicants, including individuals who might have applied for Green Cards on the basis of Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) status. They were advised in the communication to reply as soon as possible in order to finalize the status of their adjustment application.

Form I-693: What is it?

Form I-693, also known as the Report of Immigration Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, is used to demonstrate that noncitizens applying for immigration benefits are free from any ailment that would exclude them from the US on the grounds of health.

The policy addressing the validity period of Form I-693 was changed and went into effect on March 31, 2023. Regardless of the date of the application with USCIS, USCIS now considers it to have evidentiary value for two years from the date the civil surgeon signed it. This cap was initially only good for 60 days.

Increase in USCIS Immigration Fees

In other news, a US district court rejected a motion to stay the USCIS fee increase, meaning that higher immigration fees will be in place as of April 1. The increase was implemented by USCIS in a rule that was released on January 31 for a broad range of applications. The fee update will be included in applications submitted from April 1 onwards; I-526 petition fees will increase by 204%, and I-829 application fees will increase by 154%.
The new rule states that US firms must pay roughly $9400 for the petition of a first-time H-1B visa holder. Every H-1B beneficiary will also pay an increased Electronic Registration Fee of $215 instead of $10.

In order to reflect the modifications, USCIS also recently updated the Policy Manual. New form fees, fee waivers, fee exclusions, and other provisions are covered in the updates.

Check out USCIS Fee Schedule:

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