Understanding Form G-325a
Form G-325a, titled “Biographic Information (for Deferred Action),” is a United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) form. It is designed to collect detailed biographical information from individuals seeking certain immigration benefits.
Purpose of Form G-325a: The form is typically used in conjunction with other applications to provide a comprehensive profile of an applicant’s personal details. Certain immigration procedures require this form, and it must be submitted as part of the overall package.
Edition Date: As of the latest update, applicants should use the edition dated 10/25/23. The edition date is found at the bottom of the form and supporting instructions.
Information Required: Applicants must accurately complete all required sections, which include:
- Full name and any other names used
- Applicant’s address history
- Employment history
- Information about parents
Filing and Submission:
- The form has no filing fee.
- When mailed, the edition date and page numbers must be included.
Special Cases: Form G-325a is specifically used for seeking deferred action in cases involving certain military personnel, veterans, and enlistees and their families.
Accuracy is critical: Inaccuracies or omissions can result in processing delays or rejections of the immigration benefit application. Therefore, applicants should approach the completion of Form G-325a with meticulous attention to detail.