I-129CWR, Semiannual Report for CW-1 Employers
An employer of an approved Form I-129CW, Petition for Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) Only Transitional Worker (CW-1), uses Form I-129CWR to verify the continued employment and payment of each worker under the terms and conditions of the approved petition.
During the validity of the petition, employers are required to file this report with USCIS every six months after the petition validity start date. USCIS may revoke the employer’s approved petition or deny their future petitions if they do not comply with the reporting requirement.
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If you are an employer whose petition has been approved for an employment start date on or after Oct. 1, 2019, you must file Form I-129CWR for each approved Form I-129CW petition according to the timeframes indicated in the chart below.
You must file this form no earlier than 30 days before and no later than 30 days after the listed timeframes. If you do not file Form I-129CWR in a timely manner, we may revoke your approved petition.
|If your approved CW-1 petition has a validity period of:||Then you must file Form I-129CWR:|
|Less than six months||Never—Form I-129CWR is not required.|
|Six months or more, up to 12 months||Six months after the petition validity start date.|
|More than 12 months, up to 36 months||Every six months after the petition validity start date, up to and including the sixth month preceding the petition validity end date.|