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AILA Doc. No. 16060860 | Dated June 7, 2016 | File Size: 1088 KDownload the Document
USCIS interim policy memorandum on the signature requirement for applications, petitions, requests, and other documents that require a signature prior to filing with USCIS. The memo is in effect as of 6/21/16. USCIS originally posted this memo as draft guidance on 6/7/16.
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