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USCIS Invitation to NSC Teleconference on Student/School Issues (Updated 1/16/13)

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 12122442 (posted Jan. 16, 2013)"

Good afternoon.

Just a reminder that on Thursday, January 17, we will be holding our monthly local stakeholder call. This month’s topic is Student/School and Other, and I am attaching a list of the questions which were submitted for the call. The call will take place at 10:00 a.m. Central.

If you would like to participate in the teleconference, just use the information below to join in.

Call-in number: 1-866-729-5426

Passcode: 83400044

When you call in, please put your phone on mute. Also, please do not put your phone on hold during the call, as the hold music will play to everyone; if you need to take another call, you can hang up and then dial back in.

Good afternoon.

The Nebraska Service Center will be holding its next stakeholder teleconference on Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. (Central). This teleconference will be reserved for issues relating to Students and School, and Other Issues. Students/School and Other includes the following topics:

  • I-765 student classifications and classifications other than (c)(9), (a)(5), and (c)(8)
  • N-400
  • I-821
  • I-821D
  • Legalization/I-817
  • I-102
  • I-824 (general)
  • I-131 Reentry Permits/Refugee Travel Documents
  • N-565
  • I-601
  • I-824 as appropriate
  • Waivers as appropriate

The deadline for submission of students and school-related questions and questions on other issues is Tuesday, January 8. You can submit questions directly to me at However, please note that I will be out of the office from December 24 through January 1.

Call-in information will be provided closer to the teleconference date.

Please note that an RSVP is not required to participate in these local teleconferences; call-in information is sent out to everyone on my distribution list. If you are not currently on my distribution list but would like to be, simply send an email to with your information.

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