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USCIS Says Employees Can Use Form I-797 for Form I-9 Verification During EAD Production Delays

AILA Doc. No. 20081936 | Dated November 23, 2020 | File Size: 638 K

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November 23, 2020

USCIS announced that DHS is extending the validity of certain Forms I-797 due to continued EAD delays to 2/1/21. To complete Form I-9, employees requiring verification who are waiting for EAD may continue to present a Form I-797, with a notice date on or after 12/1/19 through 8/20/20 and indicating that USCIS has approved the employee’s Form I-765, through 2/1/21 as a List C #7 document.


August 19, 2020

USCIS announced that due to EAD production delays, employees may use Form I-797, Notice of Action, with a notice date on or after 12/1/19 through 8/20/20 informing approval of an Application for Employment Authorization (Form I-765) as a list C #7 document for Form I-9 compliance until 12/1/20.

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 20081936.

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