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AILA Doc. No. 22072852 | Dated July 28, 2022 | File Size: 49 KDownload the Document
Effective immediately, applicants for employment authorization under category (c)(11) may file Form I-765 online, with limited exceptions. Applicants seeking a waiver of the filing fee or those eligible for a fee exemption, such as Afghan nationals paroled through Operation Allies Welcome and filing an initial Form I-765, must continue to submit Form I-765 by mail.
To file Form I-765 online, eligible applicants must first create a myUSCIS online account.
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