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Foia Request Uscis Form: What You Should Know

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Today we are going to discuss how to get a copy of your immigration file from the USCIS and the EOIR the first question is you know why should I get a copy of my immigration file well for one thing your whole immigration history is in that file so unless you've saved all the papers over the years that the government's given you and there'll be a lot of papers in the file the government did not give you you may want to take a look at that file before you file any applications with the Immigration Service let me give you an example to illustrate that a lot of people who have come into the u.s. not legally and then they marry a citizen are still eligible to adjust their status and get their permanent residence card without leaving the US under a section of law called 245 I but you may be qualified for 245 I based on a petition that your aunt or uncle or grandmother or grandfather filed for your parents many years ago when you were a kid who's gonna have a copy of that application oh there's somebody it's in the immigration file and so that's one good reason to get it also maybe you were in front of an immigration judge and you don't know whether you were deported or you've got voluntary departure well that a oh I our file is going to show this imagine you're in a poker game and you know you have a couple of Jack's in a couple of tens and you're thinking wow this is pretty good it's not the best but it's pretty good cards should I bet a dollar or should I bet a hundred dollars and there's really no way to know...

FAQ - Foia Request Uscis

Is it possible to get I797 from USCIS through FOIA?
Annika paged me to this question and I've read through the comments. This isn't my area of expertise but I can pull together enough to say that everything you've laid out is confusion, and this plan is not the way to go. You should work with your employer about this, but may need to talk to an attorney like Prerna Lal if they're being abusive. If you believe that they're withholding your immigration documents to keep some sort of leverage over you, you've got a whole other problem.tl,dr: Check your existing I-94 and compare it to your driver's license. Assuming they expire at the same time (they should) and soon, that's your excuse for (passive-aggressively) putting pressure on your employer to forward the approval your way. If your I-94 is already expired and you don't have the new one in your possession, you're working illegally and they need to remedy the situation immediately.The Privacy Act is relevant if you're requesting documents about yourself, but FOIA is not. Unless you are/were a federal employee, the National Records Center is not relevant. No, you cannot get a new I-94 using the Privacy Act (or FOIA). The Form I-797A is the new I-94 generated in support of the I-797 (it's at the bottom of the page). The I-824 and I-102 are for replacements when originals are lost, stolen, or destroyed, they are not appropriate because you believe your employer is too slow and you're embarrassed to ask. I can imagine a Kafkaesque comedy of errors resulting from filing I-824/I-102 for this reason, but never mind the speculation.You could file a Privacy Act request for all documents related to your status in the USA, and it may contain many files related to your H1B application. I would not expect a response to such a request within... oh... I dunno, maybe nine to eighteen months? If I hadn't filed one before, I would probably expect repeated rejections for using an improper form or providing inadequate identification. When I finally got the documents, I'd expect the file to be thin and redacted, because the H1B petitioner is the employer. Some of the lines which might be redacted are kinda key to the I-797A. I suppose you could clip the bottom part and pass it off as a legitimate copy, but you shouldn't have to do that. If that's what your plan, again: you've got a whole other problem going on.Good luck.
What are some tips for submitting a successful FOIA request?
In the USA, if you do a websearch of whatever agency or government subdivision it is that you wish to FOIA, almost all (I believe all, but I am hedging my language.) will have instructions on how to submit a Freedom of Information Act request.Many entities make it possible to file a request online.It is not rocket surgery.When submitting a FOIA request, be as specific as possible with locations, time frames and types of documents, give background information and descriptions of what you are searching and, if possible, why you want it.Not every person working on the responses is trying to frustrate you or stonewall you or hiding things.
How do I respond to a request for a restraining order? Do I need to fill out a form?
As asked of me specifically,The others are right, you will likely need a lawyer. But to answer your question, there is a response form to respond to a restraining order or order of protection. Worst case the form is available at the courthouse where your hearing is set to be heard in, typically at the appropriate clerk's window, which may vary, so ask any of the clerk's when you get there.You only have so many days to respond, and it will specify in the paperwork.You will also have to appear in court on the date your hearing is scheduled.Most courts have a department that will help you respond to forms at no cost. I figure you are asking because you can't afford an attorney which is completely understandable.The problem is that if you aren't represented and the other person is successful in getting a temporary restraining order made permanent in the hearing you will not be allowed at any of the places the petitioner goes, without risking arrest.I hope this helps.Not given as legal advice-
How often do FOIA requests go unanswered?
FOIA requests should never go unanswered. However, I have seen request that takes years to process.Most agencies have a process which requires them to brief senior managment on the 10 oldest requests. The FOIA Officer must demonstrate what action is being taken to process the request.FOIA Officers have a vested interest in getting request processed because it affects their data on the Annual FOIA Report.Sometimes a request is so broad and complex, it may be placed in the complex catagory and sit there indefinitely because the agency has a serious backlog and negotiation with the requester is unsuccessful.If you have submitted a request and have not heard anything at all from the agency after 20 working days, contact the FOIA Public Liaison for the agency and the Office of Government Information Services (OGIS).
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