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Key Points

  • USCIS has announced an address update for individuals who are filing Form I-131, Application for Travel Document
  • USCIS has updated zip codes and attention lines to improve internal processes at its lockbox facilities
  • The change applies to certain Form I-131 applicants, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) applicants, humanitarian applicants, and individuals noted on the USCIS Direct Filing Addresses for Form I-131 page

Overview

US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced an address update for certain applicants who are filing Form I-131, Application for Travel Document.

What are the Changes?

Although it has not changed its filing locations, USCIS has made some updates to improve internal processes at its lockbox facilities, including amendments to zip codes and attention lines.

The change affects certain applicants, including individuals with a pending Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, who are filing Form I-131 with a Form I-485 receipt notice. Haitian or Cuban family members filing under the Reunification Parole program for their respective countries are also impacted, along with humanitarian parole applicants, refugee travel document applicants, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) applicants, and all other applicants noted on the Direct Filing Addresses for Form I-131 page.

Looking Ahead

The change only affects individuals in the categories above who have not yet submitted applications in the affected categories. USCIS will still process applications for individuals who have already mailed a Form I-131 to a previous lockbox address.

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