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USCIS has extended an immigration work permit by 540 days.

USCIS has extended an immigration work permit by 540 days.

On Thursday, April 4, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that some immigrant work permits, including those for India, would automatically be extended.

A temporary final rule (TFR) was issued by the US Immigration Agency to extend the 180-day maximum automatic extension period for some employment authorization documents (EADs) to 540 days.

By taking these steps, candidates for renewal won't have to worry about employment authorization issues or missing paperwork. On April 8, 2024, the temporary final regulation will take effect.

USCIS announced on X (previously Twitter) that the temporary final rule extends, for certain EAD renewal applicants, the automatic extension period for employment authorization and Employment Authorization Documents to a maximum of 540 days.

This is the official announcement.

"Over the last year, the USCIS workforce reduced processing times for most EAD categories, supporting an overall goal to improve work access for eligible individuals," stated USCIS Director Ur M. Jaddou. But we also had a record amount of applications for employment authorization, which affected our processes for renewal.

The automatic extension period applicable to expiring Employment Authorization Documents (Forms I-766 or EADs) for certain renewal applicants who have filed Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization (EAD application), will be increased from up to 180 days to up to 540 days from the expiration date stated on their EADs.

This rule temporarily amends existing Department of Homeland Security (DHS) regulations. According to the letter, "DHS is taking these actions to help prevent renewal applicants from experiencing a lapse in their employment authorization and documentation."

DHS removed or returned about 617,000 people between May 12, 2023, and March 13, 2024, the majority of whom had crossed the Southwest Border and included over 97,000 individual family members.

Most of the people who have been spotted at the southwest border in the last three years have either been deported, brought back, or banished. According to the USCIS statement, total removals and returns since mid-May have surpassed all removals and returns in each fiscal year since 2011.

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