News and Updates

USCIS DELAY SENDING RECEIPT NOTICES

August 6, 2020

Practitioners nationally have reported significant delays in receiving receipt notices form USCIS service centers after properly filing applications. While the canceled check sent with the application may provide evidence of receipt and a possible file number, it is critical to be able to demonstrate when the application was mailed and received by using some form of return receipt or delivery confirmation. 

Currently, the delays are affecting Form I-751, Petitions to Remove Conditions (filed two years after the green card issued in a marriage case in which the individuals were married less than two years at the time of adjudication) and Form I-589 for asylum. 

Amaryllis Law will keep you updated on the latest developments in U.S. immigration law. 

Jaime McGuire

Written By Jaime McGuire

Attorney

Jaime McGuire, an immigration and adoption attorney, is a managing attorney at Amaryllis Law. Jaime has been an integral part of Amaryllis Law’s thriving removal practice over the years.

free consultation*

Name

Want to stay up to date on the latest Amaryllis Law News?

Request Consultation


GET YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED, SCHEDULE CONSULT TODAY
Amaryllis Law logo

The results of client matters depend on a variety of factors unique to each matter. Past successes do not predict or guarantee future successes.
View Disclaimer

Contact Us

© Amaryllis Law.
All rights reserved.

Marketing and Design by Array Digital