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Monday, August 15, 2011

AILA Liaison Practice Pointer: VSC: Preferred Order of Documents for Submission of Form I-129 Petitions

The Vermont Service Center has confirmed to AILA Liaison that its preferred order of Form I-129 petition and supporting documents at the time of submission is as follows:

1. Fee(s) - staple to first page

2. I-907 Request for Premium Processing Service (if filing as Premium Processing)

3. Form G-28

4. Form I-129 petition pages 1- 6 (and 7 if submitted)

5. Classification or Free Trade Supplement page

6. H-1B Data Collection and Filing Fee Exemption Supplement, if applicable

7. Form I-129 Addendums/Attachments

8. Labor Condition Application or application for temporary labor certification, if applicable

9. SEVIS form, if applicable

10. I-94 copies, passport pages, I-797 approval notices

11. Attorney letter

12. Company letter

13. Documents related to the beneficiary's qualifications

14. Other supporting documents

15. I-129 Duplicate Copy and supporting documentation

By submitting the documents in the preferred order, practitioners may help facilitate faster administrative processing of cases through the VSC intake process.


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