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Immigration Forms

Immigration forms are legal documents by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services foreign-born individuals can use to immigrate lawfully to the U.S. or apply for citizenship through naturalization. Individuals who use immigration forms need to submit supporting documents as required by the federal agency.
1419 Application for a Visitor Visa
1419 Application for a Visitor Visa to visit or remain in Australia for tourism or other recreational activities (holiday, sightseeing, social or recreational reasons or to visit relatives or friends).
1419 Application for a Visitor Visa
1419 Application for a Visitor Visa Form 1419 is a for for Application for a Visitor visa – Tourist stream
Affidavit of Mailing
Affidavit of Mailing Affidavit of Mailing is a sworn statement that the Defendant actually mailed the Answer to the Plaintiff on the date indicated at the correct address with the correct postage. Its purpose is to prove that the claim is true, and is typically used in conjunction with witness statements.
Authorization for Foreign Travel with Minor
Authorization for Foreign Travel with Minor Authorization for Foreign Travel with Minor is a form used by minors who has the permission from their parent or legal guardian for international travel either with someone, group, or organization.
CBP 6059B (2017)
CBP 6059B (2017) Form 6059B Customs Declaration in English and Fillable. This form can be now be filled out prior to or during your travel and be filled out by typing (instead of hand written) and then printed and taken with you as your official Customs Declaration.
CBP Form 4457
CBP Form 4457 CBP Form 4457 is used to register personal items before you travel abroad to clear customs easily when you bring those personal effects back to the United States.
China Visa (2017)
China Visa (2017) Chinese visa is a travel document issued by authorized government agencies to foreign citizens applying to enter, exit from or transit through the host country's territory based on the host country's laws and regulations.
China Visa Application
China Visa Application Chinese visa is a travel document issued by authorized government agencies to foreign citizens applying to enter, exit from or transit through the host country's territory based on the host country's laws and regulations.
DD 1351-2 (2011-2016)
DD 1351-2 (2011-2016) A DD Form 1351-2 is also known as a Travel Voucher or Subvoucher.
DD 2768 (2016)
DD 2768 (2016) This airlift request form should be completed by the travel party and submitted to the senior traveler’s airlift validation office.
DS-4131
DS-4131 ADVANCE NOTIFICATION FORM TOURIST AND OTHER NON-GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIES IN THE ANTARCTIC TREATY AREA
DS-4138
DS-4138 REQUEST FOR ESCORT SCREENING COURTESIES
Form I-140
Form I-140 Form I-140 is an USCIS Form.This document is for Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker.
Form I-140 (2018)
Form I-140 (2018) Form I-140 is an USCIS Form.This document is for Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker.
Hotel Reservation Check in Form
Hotel Reservation Check in Form This is a template used to create and fill-out a Hotel Reservation Check in Form which is a document between a borrower and a lender containing details of the loan for record and tracking of payment.)
Hotel Rules
Hotel Rules House rules are management policy or agreements between the guest and the hotel. Usually, these policies are mentioned on the guest registration card which is signed by the guest at the time of check-in.
N-400 Application for Naturalization
N-400 Application for Naturalization If your biological or legal adoptive mother or father is a U.S. citizen by birth, or was naturalized before you reached your 18th birthday, you may already be a U.S. citizen.
Schengen Visa
Schengen Visa Schengen Visa Application Form is used to apply a visa in order to enter and travel in the Schengen Area.
Schengen Visa Application (2019)
Schengen Visa Application (2019) A Schengen visa is a short-stay visa that allows a person to travel to any members of the Schengen Area.
Travel Expense Report
Travel Expense Report This is a template used to create and fill-out a Travel Expense Report Form which is a document between a borrower and a lender containing details of the loan for record and tracking of payment.
Travel Itinerary
Travel Itinerary A travel itinerary is a schedule of events relating to planned travel, generally including destinations to be visited at specified times and means of transportation to move between those destinations.
Traveler Health Declaration
Traveler Health Declaration A number of governments have issued quarantine measures for travellers.

Immigration forms are issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and used by foreign-born individuals to immigrate lawfully to the United States or apply for citizenship through naturalization. The forms vary depending on the person's status in the U.S., family ties to a legal permanent resident, and other factors.

Some of the purposes of immigration forms include petitioning for family members to immigrate, requesting political asylum or refugee status, and applying for a work visa, green card, and U.S. citizenship. Immigration forms are broken down by category and subcategory. Categories include family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, asylum and refugee processing, special immigrant visas for people of extraordinary ability or certain types of investors, and temporary or nonimmigrant visas for tourists or employees.

Most used immigration forms

Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification

Both U.S. employees and employers or authorized representatives of the employers have to accomplish Form I-9 to verify the identity of individuals and prove their legal clearance for employment. Employers should accomplish Form I-9 within three days of hiring for each individual. Employees must comply and attest to employment authorization, providing necessary information and presenting any necessary legal documents confirming their identity and employment eligibilities.

Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card

Form I-90 is a legal document used by lawful permanent residents and permanent residents in commuter status to request or apply for a replacement or renewal of an existing Permanent Resident Card or officially referred to as a green card. In general, green card holders use Form I-90 when their green card is expired, expiring, has been lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed.

Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence

To become a 10-year green card holder, one of the documents you need to file with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is Form I-751. If you are a conditional resident in the U.S. based on certain conditions, including you or your parent’s marriage to a U.S. citizen, your status as a conditional resident lasts only for two years. Before the two-year period ends, you may file Form I-751 to request from the Immigration Department the conditions and make you a permanent resident.

Some of the documents the Immigration Department may require may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Birth certificate of a child born to the marriage
  • Lease or mortgage contracts showing joint occupancy or ownership of a communal residence
  • Financial records showing joint ownership and responsibility of assets and liabilities
  • Affidavits
  • Photographs of a married couple together

Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative

Filing Form I-130 is a step to help a relative immigrate to the United States, enabling him or her to become a green card holder. A U.S. citizen or lawful resident uses Form I-130 to establish his or her relationship with a certain alien relative who plans to migrate to the U.S.

A U.S. citizen may file Form I-I30 to petition for the following individuals:

  • His or her spouse
  • His or her unmarried child who is under 21 years old
  • His or her unmarried son or daughter who is 21 years old or older
  • His or her married son or daughter of any age
  • His or her brother or sister — The petitioner must be 21 years old or older.
  • His or her mother or father — The petitioner must be 21 years old or older.

A lawful permanent resident of the U.S. may file Form I-130 for the following individuals:

  • His or her spouse
  • His or her unmarried child who is under 21 years old
  • His or her unmarried son or daughter who is 21 years old or older

Form I-864, Affidavit of Support Under Section 213A of the INA

Form I-864 is an immigration document a U.S. citizen uses to accept financial responsibility for an individual — a relative or family member — who is coming to live in the United States. The person who affixes his or her signature on Form I-864 becomes a sponsor. Employers may also use Form I-864 to sponsor immigrants. In addition, if the petitioner’s income is insufficient, a joint-sponsor may agree to also complete Form I-864 on the applicant’s behalf.

To use Form I-864, you must be:

  • A lawful U.S. permanent resident
  • 18 years of age or older
  • Earning an income that is 125 percent above the federal poverty line
  • Able to prove that the U.S. is your permanent home

Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status

“Adjust of status” is used to describe a change in U.S. immigration status to permanent residence. Immigrants who want to, apply for a lawful, permanent residence or to become a green card holder in the United States, can use Form I-485. An applicant may file Form I-485 based on the following major categories:

  • Family-based
  • Employment-based
  • Special immigrant
  • Asylum or refugee
  • Human trafficking victim or crime victim
  • Special programs
  • Additional options

Take note that relatives or spouses who are not physically present in the United States cannot file Form I-485. In addition, even when they are physically present, there are disqualifying conditions that do not allow individuals to file Form I-485. You typically cannot file Form I-485 if:

  • You entered the U.S. as a crewman.
  • You entered the U.S. for transit purposes.
  • You were admitted to the United States as a witness or informant.
  • You are deportable because you were involved in terrorist activity or involved with a terrorist group.

Form I-539, Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status

Individuals — foreigners with nonimmigrant status — who want to change to another visa status or extend their stay in the United States should use Form I-539. Form I-539 must be submitted before their visa expires. To be eligible to file Form I-539 to apply for an extension of an authorized period of stay, the following conditions must be true:

  • You were lawfully allowed entry into the U.S. with a nonimmigrant status.
  • Your nonimmigrant status is still in effect.
  • You have not committed or been involved in any crimes that make you unqualified for a visa.
  • You have not violated the conditions of your admission.
  • Your passport is valid and will remain valid for the duration of your stay in the U.S.