Form G-325A Policy Guidance from United States Citizenship and Immigration Services

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Updates Policy to Remove References to Form G-325A

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) previously required submission of Form G-325A Biographic Information by applicants seeking several types of U.S. immigration benefits and/or visas. With the advent of several new form editions, most notably form I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (aka the “green card application”).

Form G-will now only be used for deferred action requests for certain military personnel, veterans, and their eligible the form is now referred to as “Biographic Information (for Deferred Action)”.

Accordingly, Parts A, F, L, M, and O of Vol. 7 of the USCIS Policy Manual no longer reference Form G-325A.

For Further Information

Link to USCIS announcement.

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This information comes from AILA Doc. No. 18102631.

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