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What To Know About USCIS's New Policy On Revocations

Law360, New York (November 22, 2017, 6:37 PM EST) -- In a notable policy shift, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will now let certain immigrants take part in visa petition revocation proceedings, giving them a voice in a process that has the potential to hurt their green card case.

In a new policy memo — released as an “adopted decision” on Nov. 16 — USCIS said foreign nationals who have employment-based immigrant visa petitions, and who have properly asked to change jobs, must be given a chance to take part in the visa petition revocation process.

This means that now, when the agency issues a revocation notice for a Form I-140...

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