USCIS announces the elimination of the biometric services fee for Form I-539, affecting various nonimmigrant statuses including H-4, L-2, and E. This change becomes effective on October 1 and will impact both new and existing applicants.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has broadened its premium processing services for specific Form I-539 applicants, including those seeking to change to F, M, or J nonimmigrant status. This phased implementation starts from June 13 and is expected to make the immigration system more efficient.
On January 19, 2023, USCIS agreed to resume the bundling and adjudication of USCIS Form I-129 Petition for Alien Worker, USCIS Form I-539 Application to Extend/Change Status, and USCIS Form I-765 Application for Work Authorization for derivatives when filed concurrently.
If you have been issued TN visa status to work inside the United States, your spouse and minor children also qualify to live in the United States with you under TD visa status as your dependents. Your qualifying dependents can obtain TD status at the same time you obtain your TN status, or anytime thereafter. Find out what your dependants need to obtain TD visa status.
Learn the essential steps for transitioning from a TN Visa to other visa classifications in the U.S. Understand eligibility, crucial considerations, and how to navigate the filing process effectively.