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Update on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Applicants for Green Card Renewals are Reminded of Attestation Regarding Veracity of Information Contained in I-90 Application

 

US Permanent Resident Card 2010-05-11

DHS has advised applicants who file an application to replace their green cards, Form I-90, that within the next several weeks they will see new language in their biometric appointment notices reminding them that they have already certified, under penalty of perjury, that the content of their Form I-90 is complete, true, and correct.

Also, by appearing at an ASC, applicants are re-affirming that the content of their Form I-90 remains complete, true, and correct.

 

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