CFGI Recommends Tweaks to USCIS Signature Policy

7/7/2016
CFGI

​Our comments in connection with a new USCIS policy ​memorandum recommend that USCIS accept standard agreements between employers and counsel in connection with Power of Attorney and that the agency authorize "blanket" G-28 forms. Specifically, we propose that, rather than requiring separate Forms G-28 from corporate and other high-volume requesters, USCIS accept a copy of a single, ‘blanket’ Form G-28, signed by the requester and its attorney, to apply to all filings on behalf of the requester, by the attorney.