Updates and Changes to Form G-325A
USCIS Form G-325A, also known as the Biographic Information form for Deferred Action, has undergone several updates. It’s important for applicants to be aware of these changes to ensure the submission of accurate and current information.
The form’s edition date is crucial. As of the last review, the current edition is dated 11/15/2023. Previous versions may still be accepted, but applicants should verify this with USCIS guidelines or on their official website.
A notable change in the recent version includes the expiration date, now set at 08/31/2025. This serves as a reminder that USCIS periodically updates its forms, and applicants should always check for the most recent version before filing.
Filing fees for Form G-325A cost is subject to change, and it is essential to consult the USCIS Fee Schedule (Form G-1055) for the latest information on fees associated with the form’s filing.
One constant requirement is the signature. USCIS mandates that each form must be manually signed. They emphasize that stamped or typewritten names are not acceptable substitutes for a handwritten signature. If an applicant is mentally incompetent, a legal guardian is permitted to sign on their behalf.
Applicants should always refer to the official USCIS website or directly reach out to USCIS to obtain the most current instructions for Form G-325A and to confirm any changes or updates to the form or the filing process.