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9 FAM 203.6 

(U) Processing V92/V93 Cases

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(Office of Origin:  CA/VO)

9 FAM 203.6-1  (U) Overview of V92/V93 Processing

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(U) The following sections provide instructions on processing cases of following-to-join asylee and refugee spouse and children (V92 and V93 cases, respectively).  It is very important to review 9 FAM 203.5-2 to determine which of these processing steps apply to particular posts and cases; V92 and V93 cases have some similarities in processing, but also differ significantly.  See, for example, the different paperwork required in 9 FAM 203.6-5 below.  These cases also differ in processing from visa cases, and it is important that you follow the guidance in this section when handling V92 and V93 cases.  See also 9 FAM 203.5-3 on confidentiality and V92/V93 cases.

9 FAM 203.6-2  (U) USCIS and NVC Action on I-730 Petition for V92/V93 Cases

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a. (U) Filing I-730 Petition with USCIS:  The principal refugee or asylee files a Form I-730, Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition, for each qualifying relative with the USCIS Service Center having jurisdiction over the petitioner’s place of residence. 

(1)  (U) Status of Petitioner: 

(a)  (U) Refugee or Asylee:  Form I-730, the Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition, may be filed by a refugee who was admitted to the United States as a principal refugee, or by an asylee who was granted asylum as a principal asylee either by USCIS or by the Department of Justice’s Executive Office for Immigration Review.

(b)  (U) LPR or Naturalized Citizen May File I-130:  The I-730 petition may also be filed by a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) who received such status after having been admitted as a principal refugee or after having been granted asylum as a principal asylee.  If the petitioner has naturalized, he or she may submit Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, instead of a Form I-730.  However, if the petitioner filed a Form I-730 when he or she was a principal refugee or principal asylee (or an LPR who acquired such status after being admitted to the United States as a principal refugee or being granted asylum as a principal asylee), and he or she has since become a naturalized U.S. citizen, USCIS may continue to process the Form I-730 if it has not yet been adjudicated (see 8 CFR 207.7(d) and instructions to Form I-730, which are incorporated into the regulations in 8 CFR 103.2(a)(1)).  In such cases, the Form I-730 still must have been filed within two years of the principal’s refugee admission or grant of asylum, or within any time extension for filing granted by the USCIS Service Center (see paragraph (2) below).

(2)  (U) Timing of I-730 Filing:  The Form I-730 must be filed within two years of the principal’s admission to the United States as a refugee or grant of asylum.  A USCIS Service Center can grant an extension of time to file for humanitarian reasons.

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(2)  (U) Validity of I-730 Approval:  An approved Form I-730 is valid indefinitely, as long as the qualifying relationship between the petitioner and the beneficiary continues to exist and the beneficiary is found otherwise eligible to travel to the United States.  The approved I-730 ceases to confer immigration benefits after it has been used by the beneficiary for admission to the United States as a derivative asylee or refugee (see 8 CFR 207.7(f)(3) and 8 CFR 208.21(d)).

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d. (U) Consular Support:  In countries where USCIS has no presence, consular officers are responsible for interviewing the beneficiaries of Form I-730s to verify the identity and the relationship to the petitioner, as well as determining if any inadmissibilities or bars to derivative asylum or refugee status exist.

9 FAM 203.6-3  (U) V92/V93 Pre-Interview Processing

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(b)  (U) Re-Scheduling Request:

(i)     (U) If a beneficiary responds requesting further re-scheduling, post should work with them to re-schedule the interview as soon as possible. 

(ii)    (U) If the petitioner or beneficiary cannot commit to an interview time within six months, post should inform the petitioner and/or beneficiary in writing that post will hold the case for six months pending further contact from them about scheduling an interview. 

(iii)    (U) If the petitioner or beneficiary does not contact post to schedule the interview within six months, the consular section should return the case to the USCIS Service Center or IASB via the NVC as a Consular Return.  All attempts to communicate with the beneficiary and petitioner must be clearly documented in the Consular Return memo.  A copy of all interview notification requests to the beneficiary and petitioner and related correspondence should be included with the memo (see 9 FAM 203.6-9 paragraph e for more information on consular returns).

(iv)   (U) Post should then inform the petitioner and beneficiary that the case has been transferred back to the Service Center or IASB.  

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c.  (U) Preparation for V92/V93 Interview:

(1)  (U) V92/V93 Preparation:

(a)  (U) Photos:  Each beneficiary must have eight color photos that meet the current passport application standard; post may take the photos or ask the beneficiary to provide them at the time of interview.

(b)  (U) Evidence of Identity and Relationship:  V92/V93 beneficiaries must be prepared to show evidence of identity and family relationship.  Consular officers should examine marriage, death, divorce, and/or birth certificates or certificates of adoption, if available.  If civil documents are not available, credible oral testimony and secondary documentary evidence may be used.  Although specific documentary evidence is not required, burden of proof is on the V92/V93 beneficiary to verify the existence of qualifying relationship.  Consular officers should carefully review the beneficiary’s qualifying family relationship to the petitioner, including, in the case of a spouse, that the marriage was properly and legally performed in the place of celebration and is legally recognized (see 9 FAM 102.8-1(A) and (B), as well as 9 FAM 203.5-4(A) paragraph d.)  Also, please see 9 FAM 203.6-5 paragraph a(2) for further information on assessing the validity of marriages for immigration purposes.  If DNA is requested to verify the relationship, it should not be recorded separately in ACRS since it is already included in the amount USCIS reimburses CA for these cases.

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(2)  (U) Medical Examination:  See 9 FAM 203.6-4 for additional information on scheduling medical exams.

9 FAM 203.6-4  (U) Medical Issues and V92/V93 Beneficiaries

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b. (U) Medical Examinations:

(1)  (U) V92 Medical Exams: 

(a)  (U) Exam Requirement:  All V92 beneficiaries entering the United States must have the same medical examination as immigrant visa applicants.  The medical examination for V92 beneficiaries must be conducted by a panel physician.

(b)  (U) Exam Results:  The result of the medical exam must be reported on Form DS-2054, Report of Medical Examination by Panel Physician.  Include three copies in the V92 travel packet, along with the beneficiary’s X-rays.  (See 9 FAM 302.2-2(B) for more general information on medical exams and panel physicians’ findings.)

(c)  (U) Exam Timing:  The medical exam may take place before the consular interview if the V92 beneficiary is known to have what may be a significant medical condition that may merit a discretionary denial or if the processing is being expedited. 

(d)  (U) Paying for Exam:  Unlike V93 beneficiaries, V92 beneficiaries must pay for their own medical exams.

(e)  (U) Validity of V92 Medical Clearance:  See 9 FAM 302.2-3(C), Validity Period of an Applicant’s Medical Examination.

(2)  (U) V93 Medical Exams: 

(a)  (U) Arranging for V93 Medical Examination:  All V93 beneficiaries entering the United States must have the same medical examination as immigrant visa applicants. 

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(b)  (U) Validity of Medical Clearance:  

(i)     (U) See 9 FAM 302.2-3(C), Validity Period of an Applicant’s Medical Examination. 

(ii)    (U) Occasionally, V93 medical exams expire.  In such situations, the exam should be repeated.

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c.  (U) Class A and Class B Conditions:  V92/V93 beneficiaries identified by a panel physician as having a Class A condition (e.g., infectious tuberculosis or Hansen's disease) must receive treatment to reduce their medical conditions from Class A to Class B status before they can be processed for travel to the United States.  See 9 FAM 203.6-7 for additional instructions on processing cases involving Class A medical conditions.

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e. (U) V92/V93 Medical Treatment:

(1)  (U) V92 Medical Treatment:  Unlike V93 beneficiaries, V92 beneficiaries must pay for their own medical treatment.

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(2)  (U) Procedural Guidance Relating to Validity of Marriages:

(a)  (U) Qualifying Marriage: To qualify as a V92/V93 beneficiary spouse, the individual must meet the definition of spouse as defined in INA 101(a)(35).  You should follow the guidance at 9 FAM 102.8-1 for determining whether the marriage is valid for immigration purposes, including the underlying principal that the law of the place of marriage celebration controls.  

(b) (U) As a general rule regarding the validity of marital relationships, the consular officers should ensure that the marriage is legally recognized in the place of celebration (see 9 FAM 102.8-1 (A) and (B), as well as 9 FAM 203.5-4(A) paragraph (d)).  Testimonial evidence alone may be sufficient to establish the validity of a marriage, but where additional corroborating evidence of a marriage should reasonably be available, you should request this evidence.  If a marriage occurred in a country of origin from which a beneficiary has fled, it may be unreasonable to expect a refugee to return to the country of origin to obtain documentation.  In cases where you conclude that requesting this evidence is not reasonable, the beneficiary still has the burden of proving a legally valid marriage, and you must thoroughly document your conclusions in the case notes.

(c) (U) If the marriage took place in a country of asylum after flight from the country of origin, and you determine that that marriage is invalid for immigration purposes because it is not legally recognized in the place of celebration, you should refuse the case under INA 221(g) and return the case file to USCIS according to the guidance in 9 FAM 203.6-9.

(3) (U) Other Procedural Requirements for the V92/V93 Interview:

(a)  (U) Oath:  The interview should begin with the beneficiary(ies) taking an oath or affirmation. 

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(c)  (U) Biometrics:  Posts should collect biometric fingerprints from V92/V93 beneficiaries at the interview.

(d)  (U) Forms To Be Verified and Signed Before Concluding the V92/V93 Interview: 

(i)     (U) All follow-to-join refugee beneficiaries (Visas 93) must complete their own I-590, separate from the petitioner, before or at the time of interview.  An I-590 completed by the beneficiary may be included in the case file received from NVC.  In the event the beneficiary's I-590 is incomplete, out-of-date, or not included, Post can request that the beneficiary complete a new I-590 ahead of the interview.  (See 9 FAM 203.6-6 paragraph d(4) for Form I-590 validation instructions.)

(ii)    (U) The following documents must be signed by the beneficiary prior to the conclusion of the interview.  The consular officer must also sign the forms where indicated:

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f.  (U) V93 Notice of Conditional Approval to Travel:  For V93 cases only, complete a copy of the V93 Notice of Conditional Approval to Travel Letter.    Below is the sample text for the Notice of Conditional Approval to Travel Letter:

[On USCIS or Department of State letterhead, as appropriate]

NOTICE OF CONDITIONAL APPROVAL TO TRAVEL

{DATE}

Form:                              I-730, Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition

Petitioner Name:                {PET_FIRST_NAME} {PET_LAST_NAME}

Beneficiary Relative:           {BENE_FIRST_NAME} {BENE_LAST_NAME}

Beneficiary A-Number:        {BENE A-NUMBER}  

Receipt Number:                {RECEIPT NUMBER}

Case Number:                   {DOS CASE NUMBER}

Case Type:                       Follow-to-Join Refugee

We are pleased to inform you that you have been conditionally approved to travel to the United States as a follow-to-join refugee.  Final approval is dependent upon successful completion of any remaining clearances that are required in the screening process.  These clearances may include a medical examination by an authorized physician, receipt of a sponsorship assurance from a voluntary resettlement agency in the United States, and other administrative processing.

Please bear in mind that if you qualified for derivative status as an unmarried child of your petitioning relative in the United States, you will no longer be eligible for that status if you marry prior to traveling to the United States.  If you marry and do not disclose your marriage to this office before traveling to and entering the United States, your refugee status may be terminated, and you could be removed from the United States.  In addition, if you file a Form I-730, Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition, on behalf of a spouse under these circumstances, USCIS will not approve the petition.

Every follow-to-join refugee must complete a medical examination.  Some health conditions are grounds for exclusion from admission to the United States, but they may be waived on an exceptional basis by USCIS for humanitarian purposes, in the public interest, or for family unity.  The medical exam is free of charge.  The examining physician will explain to you the medical tests that are required subject to your consent.  Failure to comply with or consent to the requirements for medical exams may jeopardize your eligibility to join your relative in the United States.  You will be contacted by this office or one of the U.S. Refugee Admission Program participating organizations to arrange for your medical exam.

Prior to travel, this office will issue a Travel Packet.  Please notify us if you have any changes in your family composition, such as a new birth, death, marriage, and/or divorce.  The International Organization for Migration (IOM) must assist in arranging for your departure to the United States and provide you with an interest-free travel loan for your airfare.

[Interviewing Office inserts location-specific instructions on next steps in the process (if applicable).  Otherwise this section should be deleted.]

Sincerely,

[insert name]

[USCIS Field Office Director or DOS Consular Officer]

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9 FAM 203.6-8  (U) V92/V93 Beneficiaries Approved to Travel

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a. (U) Approval to Travel: 

(1)  (U) A V92/V93 beneficiary is “approved to travel,” if the interviewing officer finds that:

(a)  (U) The beneficiary has established by a preponderance of the evidence his or her identity, and a qualified relationship to the petitioner;

(b)  (U) He or she is not subject to any mandatory bars or relevant inadmissibility grounds (which means that the beneficiary has cleared all medical and security checks); and

(c)  (U) The beneficiary was not previously granted asylum or refugee status by the United States,

(2) (U) See 9 FAM 203.6-9 below for beneficiaries who do not meet these standards and are therefore “not approved for travel.”  In this situation, “preponderance of the evidence” means that the evidence in the case demonstrates that it is more likely than not that the alien has met his or her burden to show eligibility for the benefit.  This standard is not as high as the requirement for “clear and convincing” evidence or proof required in certain other immigration contexts. 

(3)  (U) The IVO, if available, or NIV system should be updated to note approval to travel.  V92 and V93 beneficiaries who have been approved to travel should have boarding foils and travel packets prepared on their behalf – see paragraph b below for details, particularly noting the instructions in paragraph b(1)(b) on who should receive the documents.  For V93 beneficiaries, post must also complete all post-interview actions described in 9 FAM 203.6-10 below. 

b. (U) V92/V93 Travel Documentation:

(1)  (U) Overview: 

(a)  (U) A V92 or V93 boarding foil (see paragraph (2)), placed in a passport or other travel document (see paragraph (4)), and a travel packet (see paragraph (3) must be prepared for each beneficiary found eligible to travel to the United States.  Airlines flying to the United States are required to examine travel documents before boarding passengers to avoid fines imposed by the U.S. Government. Travel packets and boarding foils should be provided to beneficiaries per instructions in paragraph (b) below.

(b)  (U) Delivery of V92 Travel Packets, Boarding Foils:

(i)     (U) Travel packets and travel documents with boarding foils should be given directly to the beneficiaries (following local procedures, either the beneficiary picks them up, or they are couriered to the beneficiary).  Inform the V92 beneficiary about the importance of not opening or losing the travel packet and that any tampering with the packet or loss or theft will result in a considerable delay in the individual’s future travel to the United States. 

(ii)    (U) The V92 traveler will present the envelope addressed to the transportation company to the airline attendant at check-in.  The other sealed envelope(s) will be presented to the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Officers at the POE upon arrival to the United States. 

(iii)    (U) V92 beneficiaries are responsible for scheduling and financing their own travel to the United States. 

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(2)  (U) Boarding Foils: 

(a)  (U) For purposes of security, uniformity, and workload tracking, all V92 and V93 cases processed by consular officers must be issued V92 or V93 boarding foils.  These foils also facilitate the boarding of beneficiaries by airlines flying to the United States.

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(g)  (U) Lost or Stolen V92/V93 Packet:  If a V92/V93 travel packet is lost or stolen: 

(i)     (U) Take a sworn statement as to the circumstances of the loss or theft;

(ii)    (U) If a travel packet is stolen, the beneficiary should provide a police report;

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(ii)    (U) Editable Version:  Consular Return Memo.

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9 FAM 203.6-10  (U) V93 Post-Interview Actions

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a. (U) Overview: 

(1)  (U) All V93 beneficiaries must travel to the United States under IOM’s auspices; they may not make their own separate travel arrangements.  This section outlines the steps required to complete those travel arrangements, once the V93 beneficiary has been approved to travel:

(a)  (U) Reporting V93 interview results – paragraph b

(b)  (U) Obtaining V93 sponsorship assurance – paragraph c

(c)  (U) Making V93 travel arrangements – paragraph d

(d)  (U) Paying for V93 travel – paragraph e

(e)  (U) Reporting V93 itinerary – paragraph f 

(2)  (U) Note that V92 beneficiaries are responsible for scheduling and financing their own travel to the United States; no further post action is required once they have received their travel documentation.

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(1)  (U) IOM Flights and Assistance for V93 Beneficiaries: 

(a)  (U) In order to comply with travel security regulations and ensure access to important Reception and Placement benefits in the United States, all V93 beneficiaries must travel on International Organization for Migration (IOM)-arranged flights to the United States. 

(b)  (U) IOM also provides travel assistance for V93 beneficiaries, including travel reservations, ticketing, escorts, help in transit, and help at the port of entry upon arrival in the United States.  In addition, IOM manages the refugee travel loan program. 

(c)  (U) Refugees and V93 beneficiaries generally travel coach class, and must pay for their travel and for any excess luggage and shipment of pets (see paragraph e below).

(d)  (U) When requesting travel please notify the RPC via email, and send a copy of the visa foil, if applicable.

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(4)  (U) Promissory Note:

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