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USCIS Updates Power of Attorney Signature Policy

February 4, 2010
News & Updates, USCIS
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had previously issued a signature policy memorandum that would require signatures by an authorized company representative on all forms and letters for cases filed by the company. This would remove a company’s ability to have forms and letters signed by outside counsel pursuant to a power of attorney letter. For now, companies can continue to have forms and letters signed by authorized outside counsel, as USCIS has temporarily withdrawn its recent policy memorandum that would have required that signatures come from company representatives.
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State Department Releases February 2010 Visa Bulletin

The U.S. Department of State has released the February 2010 Visa Bulletin. The monthly visa bulletin is a mathematical projection of immigrant visa availability for the coming month, based on recent data related to the number of immigrant visa applications. In February, priority date cutoffs for the EB-2 China category will advance modestly, with the new date of May 22, 2005. In the EB-3 preference category, cutoff dates will advance approximately seven weeks for China and Worldwide (September 22, 2002), but will not advance for India or Mexico.
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