Form I-90 Processing and Adjudication
| By Verma Law Firm
If an applicant is eligible to file electronically or at the Los Angeles Lockbox, the Lockbox will verify the fee payment. The biometrics appointment for these applicants will be at the ASC with jurisdiction over the applicant’s residence. If the identity of the applicant can be verified by the ASC, then the biometrics and fingerprints for the applicant are processed and the NBC then adjudicates the I-90. If additional evidence is required, an RFE will be sent by the NBC. If an applicant fails to appear for a scheduled ASC appointment and does not reschedule, the I-90 will denied for abandonment 90 days after the appointment date at the ASC.
If the ASC is not able to validate the identity of the applicant or if the Green Card appears to be fraudulent, the I-90 will then be transferred to the Field Office, which has jurisdiction over the applicant’s place of residence, and the Field Office will be responsible for final adjudication of these I-90s. The NBC will work with the Field Offices to ensure that the I-90s with the Field Offices are adjudicated in a timely manner.
For more detailed information in regard to the I-90 update, please contact Immigration Lawyer/Immigration Attorney Arjun Verma, Attorney at Law, 1754 Technology Dr., Ste. 214, San Jose, CA 95110.