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Updated I-864 form - validity of current form for DCF

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Hi all

 

USCIS now state the following:

 

On Aug. 14, 2019, DHS published a final rule on the public charge ground of inadmissibility (see section 212(a)(4) of the Immigration and Nationality Act). The final rule becomes effective Oct. 15, 2019.  

What to Know About Sending Us Your Form

The current edition of the form, dated 3/6/2018

  • We will accept the current editionof this form if it is postmarked on or before Oct. 14.
  • We will not accept it if it is postmarked on or after Oct. 15.  

The updated edition of the form

On or after Oct. 15, we will accept only an updated edition that will be linked to this page.

 

Does anyone have any ideas how this will apply to cases not using NVC (in my case ir-1 with embassy london). Will I need to use the new form if I have an interview on or after oct 15?

 

Thanks 

 

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Always use the newest form.  Why would you even ask?  Is there a difference that concerns you in some way?

 


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My concern is if USCIS make the form public on 15 oct and,  say, my interview is on 16 oct, I will not have a huge turnaround time to get the forms prepared and signed (esp If they require additional supporting evidence to the current version).

 

I also didn't know if the DCF 'equivalant' to the postmark date for NVC filings is the interview date, or another date e.g. date of my upload of I-864 to CEAC, date of DS-260 submission etc etc 

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Just now, swedey2k said:

My concern is if USCIS make the form public on 15 oct and,  say, my interview is on 16 oct, I will not have a huge turnaround time to get the forms prepared and signed (esp If they require additional supporting evidence to the current version).

 

I also didn't know if the DCF 'equivalant' to the postmark date for NVC filings is the interview date, or another date e.g. date of my upload of I-864 to CEAC, date of DS-260 submission etc etc 

Use the most currently available form at the time.

 


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3 hours ago, swedey2k said:

My concern is if USCIS make the form public on 15 oct and,  say, my interview is on 16 oct, I will not have a huge turnaround time to get the forms prepared and signed (esp If they require additional supporting evidence to the current version).

 

I also didn't know if the DCF 'equivalant' to the postmark date for NVC filings is the interview date, or another date e.g. date of my upload of I-864 to CEAC, date of DS-260 submission etc etc 

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Edited by payxibka

YMMV

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Is this a big change in the requirements from the previous law?  I noticed the USCIS site also said that one of the factors that weigh heavily against the immigrant would be the use of subsidies under the ACA to buy health insurance.  It seems like almost no one would know that when applying for health insurance, especially on the NY website where the first question is about income, and one is automatically directed to subsidized plans.

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11 minutes ago, jess100 said:

Is this a big change in the requirements from the previous law?  I noticed the USCIS site also said that one of the factors that weigh heavily against the immigrant would be the use of subsidies under the ACA to buy health insurance.  It seems like almost no one would know that when applying for health insurance, especially on the NY website where the first question is about income, and one is automatically directed to subsidized plans.

For a K1 the change is needing to file an I-944 at AOS stage.


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