Form I-192: Form, Fill and MORE

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The Form I-192, refers to the Application for Advance Permission to Enter as a Nonimmigrant. It is used to request advance permission that allows temporary entry to the United States.

For this reason, in this article we develop: the format of the I-192 form, its filling, its usefulness, where to present the document, the fees that are handled and we finalize with its definition.

Form I-192 format

It is generally known that, for any type of form, an established type of format is presented or found. Therefore, below, we will explain the information that all interested parties must provide when completing the same. Attentive!:

First part

Type of application

I am requesting permission from the Secretary of Homeland Security to enter the USA temporarily under the provisions of the immigration and nationality law.

  • First, the applicant must choose one of the following options:
  • Admission as a nonimmigrant (other than T or U).
  • Status of trafficked person (T nonimmigrant status) or victim of crime (U nonimmigrant status).

Second part

Information about the applicant
  • First, the applicant’s last name.
  • Then the first name of it.
  • Afterwards, you must add your middle name.
Other names used
  • Additional Information
  • First, the applicant’s last name.
  • Then the first name of the same.
  • Lastly, you must add your middle name.
  • Other information
  • Foreign registration number.
  • USCIS online account number.
  • Date of birth.
  • Gender.
  • Place of birth.
  • City or town.
  • State or Province.
  • Country of citizenship or nationality.
  • Shipping Address
  • Secure mailing address
If you are a T or U visa applicant and you do not want US Citizenship and Immigration Services to send notices about this application to your home, you can provide a secure mailing address.
  • First of all, in charge of the name.
  • Organization name’s.
  • It is followed by the name and number of the street, apartment, flat, etc.
  • Now, you need to add if you reside in a city or town in the country.
  • After this, you must add the state.
  • Also, the postal code, the province and the country are added.
  • Address history
  • Physical address
  • First, the name and number of the street, apartment, flat, etc.
  • Now, you need to add if you reside in a city or town in the country.
  • After this, you must add the state.
  • Also, the postal code, the province and the country are added.
Travel information
  • Location where you plan to enter the United States.
  • First, the city.
  • Then the state.
  • We continue with the name of the port of entry.
  • And, now, the applicant must answer the following question: How do you plan to travel to the United States (plane, boat, car)?
  • Approximate length of stay in the United States.
  • And, answer the purpose of the visit and stay in the country.
Immigration and criminal records
  • Here, the applicant must answer: Do you think it may be inadmissible in the United States?
  • Have you previously submitted an application for advance permission to enter the United States as a nonimmigrant?
  • Application submission date.
  • Location where you submitted your application.
  • USCIS office or US port of entry.
  • City or town.
  • State or province.
  • Now, the applicant must answer the following questions: Have you ever been in the United States for a period of six months or more?
  • If you answered “yes”, please provide the dates you were in the United States and your immigration status at the time of entry in the space provided in part 8.
  • Have you ever filed an application or petition for immigrant benefits with the United States government or has one been filed on your behalf?
  • If you have filed multiple applications or petitions for immigration benefits with the United States government, use the space provided in part 8.
  • Type of application or petition submitted.
  • Location where you submitted the application or petition.
  • Result of the request or petition.
  • Have you ever been denied or denied an immigration benefit by the US government, or has a benefit been revoked or terminated?
  • Have you ever, inside or outside the United States, been arrested, charged, charged, fined, convicted, or imprisoned for breaking or violating any law or ordinance that excludes minor traffic offenses?

Third part

Biographical information
  • First, ethnicity.
  • Then height, feet, inches.
  • Subsequently, the weight in pounds.
  • Finally, eye and hair color.

Fourth part

Other information about the applicant
  • Job history
  • Name of employer or company.
  • Employer or company address.
  • It is followed by the name and number of the street, apartment, flat, etc.
  • Now, you need to add if you reside in a city or town in the country.
  • After this, you must add the state.
  • Also, the postal code, the province and the country are added.
  • The applicant’s occupation.
  • And, dates of employment.
Information about parents
Information about marriage history
Declaration, contact, information, certification and signature of the applicant.
  • Applicant Declaration, you must choose one of the following options:
  • I can read and understand English, and I have read and understood all the questions and instructions in this app and my answer to all the questions.
  • The interpreter named in Part 5, read me all the questions and instructions on this application and my answer to all the questions in a language in which I am fluent, and I understood everything.
  • Applicants contact information:
  • Applicant’s signature
However, if the applicant does not fully complete the application or does not submit the required documents listed above, USCIS may deny their request.

Part six

Contact information, certification and signature of the interpreter.
  • Interpreter’s name.
  • First, the last name of the interpreter.
  • Followed by the first name of the same.
  • And finally, the name of the interpreter’s company or organization.
  • Interpreter’s postal address.
  • First, the name and number of the street, apartment, flat, etc.
  • Now, you need to add if you reside in a city or town in the country.
  • After this, you must add the state.
  • Also, the postal code, the province and the country are added.
  • Interpreter contact information.
  • Daytime phone number.
  • Interpreter’s mobile phone number.
  • Finally, the email address of the same.
  • Interpreter Certification

Completion of Form I-192

Now, once the explanation of the format used and established for this type of specific form is completed. We will continue with the instructions that must be carried out to complete the same:

  • First, the form must be typed or printed legibly in black ink.
  • If you need additional space to complete any within this application, use the space provided in part 8.
  • In addition, it is important that the applicant answers all questions completely and accurately.
  • Part 1: indicate the basis for your application by selecting the box next to the appropriate category
  • Part 2: Please provide your full legal name in the blanks.
It is important to note that if you need a visa to come to the United States as a non-immigrant other than T or U, do not submit this application. You should contact the appropriate U.S. Embassy or Consulate if you have any question.

Usefulness of Form I-192

With all this, it is convenient that you know the function and purpose of this certificate. Because on many occasions it is not given the importance it deserves. For this reason, we will explain to you what this type of form is for.

This type of form is used for all those citizens who wish to request advance parole that allows them to enter or temporarily enter the United States. However, they must comply with the following:

  • If you are an inadmissible immigrant and have all the appropriate documentation.
  • If you are an applicant for T or U nonimmigrant status.

Where to present it?

In another vein, it is important to make known where the request for this type of specific format can be submitted. Since, in general, this type of form is sent incorrectly to certain offices.

If you are an Inadmissible Nonimmigrant with the appropriate documents
  • You must first file the form with US Customs and Border Protection, prior to your departure date.
  • You can also apply via the Internet. You only have to attach the document in the Electronic System for the Secure Adjudication of Forms.
  • One of our recommendations is that, initially, you contact the CBP Pre-Clearance office.

Presentation Fees

Now, this point of the article is one of the ones that generates more doubts and uncertainty. Because, it is common for the costs to start some procedures to be high. For this reason, below we show the amount to take into account to make this request.

  • The amount established for this type of form is $ 930.
  • It is important to note that when the applicant makes the payment for the form, he agrees to pay for a government service.
  • Likewise, we must emphasize that the biometric presentation and services fees are not refundable.

What is Form I-192?

We conclude this article by offering a brief definition. Well, it is nothing more than a document used to request advance permission that allows temporary entry to the United States.

Also, the applicant should use this application if they are inadmissible and are seeking advance permission to temporarily enter the United States as a nonimmigrant.

On the other hand, it is advisable for all applicants to submit form I-192 if they are an inadmissible alien in one of the categories that we will place below. Pay a lot of attention:

  • Inadmissible nonimmigrant who is already in possession of the corresponding documents.
  • Applicant for principal or derivative T nonimmigrant status
  • Applicant for principal or derivative U nonimmigrant status.

To end our writing, we invite you to help us share the information.

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