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Change in Who May Sign I-907 December 12, 2006

Posted by dsheen88 in Employment-Based Immigration, H-1B visa, Immigration Laws and Policies.
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USCIS Service Center Operations has informed AILA that the Form I-907 Request for Premium Processing Service must be signed either by the petitioner, or, by the attorney for the petitioner, but only if the petitioner has filed a Power of Attorney with the USCIS Service Center where the I-907 is being filed authorizing the attorney to sign the I-907, a copy of the power of attorney is attached, and a G-28 is attached. Because the reasons for the processing change are not clear, AILA SCOPS liaison is seeking clarification…

-AILA

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1. name - September 1, 2008

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