U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that the agency will begin implementing its policy on the issuance of ‘Notices to Appear’ in cases involving inadmissible and deportable foreign nationals on Oct. 1, and will take an “incremental approach” to its implementation.
The policy memo was issued June 28 and establishes when a Notice to Appear, or NTA, will be issued to individuals whose petition or application with USCIS is denied. The NTA is a document USCIS issues as the first step in deportation proceedings that instructs the recipient to appear before an immigration judge. USCIS announced the new policy in July but then delayed its implementation.
Additional information on the teleconference is available on the Upcoming National Engagements page. USCIS will provide updates and information on the implementation of this policy memo on its new Notice to Appear Policy Memorandum page.
BAL Analysis: BAL is closely monitoring the implementation of this policy and will provide additional analysis following tomorrow’s teleconference.
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