JCS Immigration and Visa Law Office, located in Los Angeles has a team of Immigration lawyers who constantly monitor immigration news to ensure our clients are up to date with the latest information relating to their cases.
Recently, representatives from the Department of State’s (DOS) National Visa Center (NVC) commented on the evolution of the process for updating the NVC of an applicant’s intent to file an I-601A Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver. When the process was announced in January 2013 and implemented last March, applicants were instructed to notify either the NVC or the Consular Post of their intent to file an I-601A waiver. From there, USCIS would notify the NVC when the application had been received and the NVC would hold the case until the waiver application had been adjudicated.
If an applicant received a notification that his or her case has been scheduled for an interview but not yet filed an I-601A waiver application, he/she must contact the Consular Post directly and inform them of your intent to file an I-601A, and ask for the interview to be cancelled.
Our Los Angeles immigration attorney has successfully helped many clients with obtaining an I-601A Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver. Contact us now.