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H‑2B Petitioners Must Include Temporary Labor Certification Final Determination with USCIS Form I‑129

USCIS announced that employers whose H‑2B application was processed in FLAG must include a printed copy of the electronic one-page “final determination” of their H‑2B temporary labor certification approval when submitting Form I‑129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker. Employers must also ensure that the DOL Case Number identified on the final determination is the same as the ETA Case Number provided in Part 5, Item 2 of Form

USCIS and CBP Extend Form I‑129 Pilot Program for Canadian L‑1 Nonimmigrants

USCIS and CBP announced that they extended their joint pilot program for Canadian citizens seeking L‑1 nonimmigrant status under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) through April 30, 2019. This pilot allows, but doesn’t require, Canadian citizens to request USCIS remotely adjudicate their petitioning employer’s Form I‑129 or I‑129S prior to their arrival or when they arrive at the Blaine port of entry.

USCIS Reminder: Use the New Version of Form I-129 Beginning May 1

USCIS issued a reminder that beginning Friday, May 1, 2015, USCIS will accept only the new version of Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, with an edition date of October 23, 2014. Any filings with previous editions of this form will be rejected.

USCIS to No Longer Accept Prior Editions of Form I-129 as of 2/23/15

USCIS released a new I-129 Form, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, containing an edition date of October 23, 2014. After February 23, 2015, USCIS will only accept the October 23, 2014 edition.

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