USCIS Releases Advance Copy of Notice on Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers

Date: January 2, 2013

By: Edward Shulman

USCIS released an advance copy of the Federal Register notice of the final rule to allow certain immediate relatives of U.S. citizens who are physically present in the U.S. to request provisional unlawful presence waivers prior to departing from the U.S. for consular processing. Changes from the proposed rule include allowing individuals in removal proceedings to file if the case has been administratively closed and not recalendared at the time of filing the I-601A, and allowing someone whose application has been denied or withdrawn to file a new application.

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