U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said this week that it mistakenly sent out a number of notices directing Form I-751 petitioners to the wrong Application Support Center (ASC) location for biometrics appointments. The I-751 is for people who obtained an initial two years of conditional residence based upon marriage to a U.S. citizen and are subsequently filing for permanent residence.
BAL Analysis: USCIS stressed that petitioners who received incorrect notices do not need to travel outside of their normal geographic area, but instead may wait for a new notice or visit an ASC for a walk-in appointment. Clients who believe they may have received an errant notice may contact BAL or the USCIS Contact Center at uscis.gov/contactcenter.
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