If you were affected by Hurricane Matthew and are afraid it will impact your immigration, there may be help for you. Under certain circumstances, USCIS can provide immigration relief measures. This means there may be help available to you if you were affected by unforeseen circumstances such as Hurricane Matthew.
USCIS offers the following immigration relief:
- Replacement of immigration or travel documents issued by USCIS, such as a Green Card, if lost or damaged
- Re-parole for you if you were previously granted parole by USCIS
- Fee waivers if you have an inability to pay due to the unforeseen circumstances
- Change or Extension of nonimmigrant status for you if you are currently in the US, even your request is filed after your admission authorization period has expired;
- Expedited Services for your case, such as:
- processing of advance parole requests;
- adjudication of requests for off-campus employment authorization for F-1 students experiencing severe economic hardship;
- adjudication of employment authorization applications, where appropriate;
- Rescheduling and Assistance for your Request for Evidence or a Notice of Intent to Deny but you were unable to appear for an interview, submit evidence or respond in a timely manner;
- Rescheduling of your biometrics appointment.
Please note: This help is available on a case by case basis, and only upon special request, and we are ready to assist you today!
To learn more about whether you are eligible for USCIS immigration relief due to Hurricane Matthew and unforeseen circumstances in the US or your home country and how you can request these measures, call or email today! Mention that you saw this on Immigration Attorney LA and receive a free consultation and advice on your case!