Archive for October, 2018

New USCIS Policy Affects Form I-639 (Medical Exam) Processing and Guidelines

10/18/2018 Written by SRW Lawyers

USCIS is making another change, this time involving the Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record (Form I-693). The policy, going into effect on November 1, 2018, changes the validity period for the sealed medical exam results required for certain applications. This includes those applying for immigrant visas, adjustment of status, K applicants, and refugee […]Read More >

Immigrant Military Recruits Face Continued Obstacles to Obtaining Citizenship

10/16/2018 Written by SRW Lawyers

Earlier this year, word began circulating that USCIS quietly announced the closure of all naturalization offices at US Army basic training sites. USCIS public affairs issued this guidance on January 10, 2018—only 16 days before the Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Fort Benning, Georgia and Fort Jackson, South Carolina naturalization offices were slated to close. These closures […]Read More >