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USCIS Announces Restoration of I-797 Mailing Procedures

Due to the unintended negative impact of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ ("USCIS") September 12, 2011 change regarding the mailing of I-797 application and petition receipt and approval notices, the USCIS announced on October 20, 2011 that they are restoring their previous procedures.

As a result, starting in approximately six weeks, original receipt and approval notices will once again be sent to the Attorney of Record with copies sent to the address provided by the applicant or petitioner on the applicable application or petition.

If you have any questions regarding this alert, please contact any member of Greenebaum’s Immigration Team.

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