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Filing Tips for Form I-360

Properly filing Form I-360 reduces the likelihood of processing delays or errors in communications from USCIS. When filing, complete the address field and at least one name field in Part 1 of the form as indicated below.  

If you are:

Then:

An organization filing on behalf of the beneficiary

Enter your organization name in Part 1, block 2 and any other relevant information in Part 1.

An individual filing on behalf of the beneficiary

Enter your complete name in Part 1, block 1 and any other relevant information in Part 1.

Filing for yourself (“self-petitioning”)

Enter your complete name in Part 1, block 1 and any other relevant information in Part 1. 

See the form instructions for specific filing requirements for each classification. Note that any attorney or representative who assists a petitioner or self-petitioner must still complete and attach Form G-28, Notice of Entry of Appearance as Attorney or Accredited Representative.

Last Reviewed/Updated: 05/30/2013