This is a legal form that was released by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security - Citizenship and Immigration Services on May 23, 2018 and used country-wide. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is USCIS Form G-28?
A: USCIS Form G-28 is a Notice of Entry of Appearance as Attorney or Accredited Representative.
Q: Who uses USCIS Form G-28?
A: Attorneys or accredited representatives use USCIS Form G-28 to notify the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that they are representing an applicant or petitioner.
Q: What is the purpose of USCIS Form G-28?
A: The purpose of USCIS Form G-28 is to establish legal representation for an applicant or petitioner in their immigration proceedings or applications.
Q: Do I need to submit USCIS Form G-28 with every application or petition?
A: No, USCIS Form G-28 is only required if you want to be represented by an attorney or accredited representative. It is not necessary for individuals submitting their applications or petitions on their own.
Q: Is there a fee to file USCIS Form G-28?
A: No, there is no fee associated with filing USCIS Form G-28. However, there may be fees for other immigration services or applications that you are requesting the attorney or representative to assist you with.
Q: Can a family member or friend represent me without using USCIS Form G-28?
A: No, only attorneys or accredited representatives authorized by the USCIS can represent you. USCIS Form G-28 is the formal method of notifying USCIS of your representation.
Q: Can I change my attorney or representative after submitting USCIS Form G-28?
A: Yes, you can change your attorney or representative at any time. You must notify USCIS by filing a new USCIS Form G-28 with the updated information.
Q: What should I do if I receive a Notice of Entry of Appearance from an attorney or representative without my consent?
A: If you receive a Notice of Entry of Appearance from an attorney or representative without your consent, you should contact USCIS immediately to inform them of the unauthorized representation.
Q: Is USCIS Form G-28 required for all immigration proceedings?
A: No, USCIS Form G-28 is primarily used for representation in USCIS applications and proceedings. It may not be required for all types of immigration proceedings, such as removal or deportation hearings.
Download a fillable version of USCIS Form G-28 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security - Citizenship and Immigration Services.