USCIS Deadline Extension

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) extended the filing deadline to respond to agency requests or decisions. The deadline extension applies to USCIS decisions, notices, and requests issued between 1 March 2020 through 15 January 2022. The deadline extension applies to requests for evidence, continuations to request evidence (N-14), notices of intent to deny, notices of intent to revoke, notices of intent to rescind, notices of intent to terminate regional centers, motions to reopen an N-400 application pursuant to 8 C.F.R. 335.5, N-336 Form, and an I-290B Form. Petitioners and applicants must file their responses to these notices and requests within 60 days after the due date written in the request or notice. For the N-336 and I-290B Forms, the relevant parties must file these forms within 60 days from the decision’s date. The deadline extension applies to people applying for nonimmigrant status, family and employment-based petitions, adjustment of status, and naturalization.