In a recent announcement, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has stated that starting July 9, 2023, they will only accept the May 31, 2022 edition of Form I-140. This blog post highlights the significance of this update and urges individuals who regularly file Form I-140 to ensure they have the correct edition installed in their software systems.

Effective beginning July 9, 2023, USCIS will no longer accept earlier editions of Form I-140. It is crucial to use the May 31, 2022 edition to ensure compliance with USCIS requirements. This update aims to streamline the application process and maintain consistency in the submission of Form I-140.

Visit the USCIS website to access Form I-140 and instructions.

We strive to keep up with constant updates and changes in immigration practice. It is essential to ensure compliance with the latest guidelines. USCIS may release additional updates or clarifications regarding this edition change, so we will regularly check the official USCIS website for future developments. Contact our Atlanta-based immigration attorneys to help you achieve your American dream.

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Alexandra Sarrine
Senior Counsel at Garvish Immigration Law Group | (800)951-4980 | | Profile | + posts

Alexandra Vasquez Sarrine is Senior Counsel at Garvish Immigration Law Group, LLC in Atlanta, Georgia. She has been practicing immigration law since 2012. Prior to joining Garvish Immigration Law Group, Alexandra worked at another Atlanta-based immigration law firm, focusing her practice on family-based immigration and removal defense. Now, Alexandra focuses her practice on employment-based immigration, assisting businesses obtain nonimmigrant and immigrant visas for their employees, as well as family-based immigration including waivers.