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USCIS Permanently Adopts Reproduced Signatures 

Posted by Emilie (Ronald) Gough | Sep 15, 2022 | 0 Comments

On July 25, 2022, USCIS announced that it was permanently adopting reproduced signatures. Reproduced signatures were first accepted in 2020 as part of USCIS's COVID-19 related flexibilities. The policy allows for submission of scanned, faxed, photocopied, or similarly reproduced copies of original wet-ink, handwritten signatures. All original signed pages should be retained as USCIS may request a copy of the signed form at any time. 

Please note that electronic signatures are not accepted at this time. All signatures must be original or reproductions of the original. 

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Emilie (Ronald) Gough

Emilie E. Ronald is an Associate Attorney. She first joined the Law Offices of James D. Eiss in 2018 as a Law Clerk during her second year of law school. She was admitted as an attorney in the state of New York in January 2020. Emilie primarily focuses on TNs, L-1s, E-1s, E-2s, O-1s, and R-1s. Sh...


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