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AILA Doc. No. 20051930 | Dated May 19, 2020 | File Size: 698 KDownload the Document
After rejecting some Forms I-140 that included e-certified ETA-9089s or blue ETA-9089s with electronically reproduced signatures, USCIS announced that it will ask petitioners to resubmit their Form I-140 with the blue Form 9089s or e-certified ETA-9089s with either wet original signatures and/or scanned copies of signatures, and a copy of the rejection notice. In the event the petitioner’s inadvertently rejected ETA-9089 expired between March 20 and May 18, 2020, USCIS will accept the re-filed Form I-140 petition along with the inadvertently rejected, expired ETA-9089 during the national emergency.
AILA has received reports from members of some I-140 petitions that have been rejected by the Dallas Lockbox due to lack of a “valid Labor Certification” even though a valid labor certification was included with the petition. AILA had reached out to DOL, the Lockbox, and to USCIS regarding these reports.
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