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Extension for Groups 1 and 2 in INS Special Registration

Extension for Groups 1 and 2 in INS Special Registration

  • January 21, 2003
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The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has issued a time extension for individuals from countries in groups 1 and 2 subject to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) Special Call-in Registration. The affected men from group 1 countries (Iran, Iraq, Libya, Sudan and Syria) and group 2 countries (Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Eritrea, Lebanon, Morrocco, North Korea, Oman, Qatar, Somalia, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen) may register between January 27 and February 7 without being considered late by the INS.
Despite this extension, all affected individuals are requested to consult with an immigration attorney prior to registering. The following information about the extension was provided by the INS


REOPENING OF REGISTRATION PERIOD FOR CERTAIN NONIMMIGRANTS
(January 27- February 7, 2003)
(Call-In Group 1 Grace Period, Federal Register Notice — January 16, 2003)
IF YOU ARE A CITIZEN OR NATIONAL OF IRAN, IRAQ, LIBYA, SUDAN, OR SYRIA qq· And you were last admitted to the United States as a nonimmigrant on or before September 10, 2002; and If you are a male, born on or before November 15, 1986; and If you did not apply for asylum on or before November 6, 2002, or if you are not otherwise exempt as described in the attached questions and answers; and If you remained in the United States at least until December 16, 2002: and qq· You were required to register with INS between November 15, 2002 and December 16, 2002 and you did not register during that timeframe.
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO
1. You must come to a designated INS office to be registered (photographed, fingerprinted, and interviewed under oath) between January 27 and February 7, 2003.
2. If you remain in the United States for more than 1 additional year, you must report back to a designated INS office within 10 days of the anniversary of the date on which you first registered. For example, if you were registered November 20, 2002, you would report back between November 10 and November 30, 2003.
3. If you change your address, employment, or educational institution, you must notify INS in writing within 10 days of the change, using Form AR-11 SR.
4. If you leave the United States, you must appear in person before an INS inspecting officer at one of the designated ports of departure and leave the United States from that port on the same day.
IT IS VITAL THAT YOU COMPLY
If you do not follow these procedures, you may be considered to be out of status and deportable. You may be subject to arrest, detention, fines and/or removal from the United States. Any future application for an immigration benefit from the United States may be adversely impacted. If you do not properly exit through a designated port, any future attempts to reenter the United States may be impacted. Decisions will be made on an individual basis, depending on the circumstances of each case.
REOPENING OF REGISTRATION PERIOD FOR CERTAIN NONIMMIGRANTS
(January 27- February 7, 2003)
(Call-In Group 2 Grace Period, Federal Register Notice – January 16, 2003)
IF YOU ARE A CITIZEN OR NATIONAL OF AFGHANISTAN, ALGERIA, BAHRAIN, ERITREA, LEBANON, MOROCCO, NORTH KOREA, OMAN, QATAR, SOMALIA, TUNISIA, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, OR YEMEN And you were last admitted to the United States as a nonimmigrant on or before September 30, 2002; and If you are a male, born on or before December 2, 1986; and If you did not apply for asylum on or before November 22, 2002, or if you are not otherwise exempt as described in the attached questions and answers; and If you remained in the United States at least until January 10, 2003; and You were required to register with INS between December 2, 2002 and January 10, 2003 and you did not register during that timeframe
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO
1. You must come to a designated INS office to be registered (photographed, fingerprinted, and interviewed under oath) between January 27 and February 7, 2003.
2. If you remain in the United States for more than 1 additional year, you must report back to a designated INS office within 10 days of the anniversary of the date on which you first registered. For example, if you were registered November 20, 2002, you would report back between November 10 and November 30, 2003. 3. If you change your address, employment, or educational institution, you must notify INS in writing within 10 days of the change, using Form AR-11 SR.
4. If you leave the United States, you must appear in person before an INS inspecting officer at one of the designated ports of departure and leave the United States from that port on the same day.
IT IS VITAL THAT YOU COMPLY
If you do not follow these procedures, you may be considered to be out of status and deportable. You may be subject to arrest, detention, fines and/or removal from the United States. Any future application for an immigration benefit from the United States may be adversely impacted. If you do not properly exit through a designated port, any future attempts to reenter the United States may be impacted. Decisions will be made on an individual basis, depending on the circumstances of each case.

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