|USCIS is updating policy guidance in the USCIS Policy Manual to remove references to Biographic Information (Form G-325A). USCIS previously required those seeking certain immigration benefits to file Form G-325A with their application or petition. USCIS has now incorporated all versions of Form G-325A into USCIS forms that separately required them. Form G-325A is now used only for deferred action requests for certain enlistees and designated family members of certain military personnel, veterans, and enlistees. Accordingly, USCIS renamed the form as “Form G-325A, Biographic Information (for Deferred Action).” The updated guidance in Parts A, F, L, M, and O of Volume 7: Adjustment of Status of the Policy Manual removes all references to Form G-325A.|
Stakeholders may review and comment on the revised policy guidance through Nov. 7, 2018. Please see the Policy Alert for more detailed information on this update.
Visit the Policy Manual for Comment page for more information on stakeholder review and comments.
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Thursday, October 25, 2018
USCIS Policy Manual Update about Form G-325A