March 2022 USCIS News Updates

As we move back to our normal lives, don't forget to keep following what's new from USCIS! Let me make it easier for you by summarizing some of the key updates:

What's New with USCIS in 2022?

1) USCIS launched a H-2A Employer Data Hub: It's a place to provide information on employers petitioning for H-2A workers. This will help search for H-2A petitioners from 2015 to 2021. You will be able to see employer name, city, state, ZIP code, worksite state, and more! Learn more here.

2) USCIS's Application Support Centers (ASC) are back! The ASC had been having delays due to Pandemic-related protocols but now they are back in full operation. They will be rescheduling most of the biometrics appointment. Learn more here.

3) H-1B and H-1B1 Fee Payments Rule: For all H-1B and H-1B1 petitions received on or after April 1, 2022, USCIS no longer accept a single, combined fee payment for Form I-539, Form I-765, or Form I-824 is filed concurrently. It's always good to separate the payments! Learn more here.

4) New USCIS forms: Some of the Green Card application forms are going to be updated in April! So keep an eye on those. I will come back and give more updates on that. Stay tuned!

5) USCIS Now Accepts Credit Cards for Most Forms: Did you know? USCIS announced that they will begin accepting credit card payments for most of the form filing fees!

6) USCIS Confirmed to Separate EAD & AP Combo CardsUSCIS has confirmed that they will decoupling these two cards and make standard, separate documents in an effort to expedite the processing times.

That's it for now! Stay tuned for more updates soon.

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