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AILA Doc. No. 18102631 | Dated October 25, 2018 | File Size: 681 KDownload the Document
USCIS previously required those seeking certain immigration benefits to file Form G-325 with their application or petition. USCIS has now incorporated all versions of Form G-325 into USCIS forms that separately required them. Form G-325A is now used only for deferred action requests for certain enlistees and designated family members of certain military personnel, veterans, and enlistees. Accordingly, USCIS renamed Form G-325A, "Biographic Information (for Deferred Action)".
The updated guidance, in Parts A, F, L, M, and O of Volume 7 of the Policy Manual, removes all Form G-325 references. The guidance contained in the Policy Manual is controlling and supersedes any related prior USCIS guidance.
Guidance is effective as of 10/25/18. Comments are due by 11/7/18.
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