Yes, applicants must provide their full name, Alien Registration Number (A-Number), if any, U.S. Social Security Number, if any, and USCIS Online Account Number, if any.
A: After submitting Form G-639, USCIS issues an Acknowledgment Letter with a control number. This number can be used to check the request status online through the USCIS FOIA Request Status Check system.
A: If the request is particularly complex or involves a large volume of records, USCIS may determine that fees are necessary to cover the processing costs.
A: Costs can often be minimized by narrowing the scope of the request, thereby reducing the processing time and resources required to fulfill it.
A: Filing Form G-639 does not initially require a fee. However, if complex, some requests may incur charges after USCIS evaluates them. USCIS will notify the requester if there are applicable fees.
A: Form G-639 is utilized to request access to records under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and the Privacy Act of 1974 from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Any changes or additional information should be promptly communicated to USCIS to avoid delays in processing.
It can be submitted online through the USCIS e-filing system or by mail. When submitting by mail, the applicant must include all required documents.
As of 2021, the filing fee is reported to be $3,675 per applicant.
An individual investor seeking to immigrate to the U.S. based on an investment can file Form I-526. If the investment is pooled, they must file Form I-526E instead. When should Form I-526 be filed? It must be filed as the first step in the EB-5 visa process after the required capital is invested in a [...]