This document contains official instructions for USCIS Form I-361 , Affidavit of Financial Support and Intent to Petition for Legal Custody for Public Law 97-359 Amerasian - a form released and collected by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security - Citizenship and Immigration Services. An up-to-date fillable USCIS Form I-361 is available for download through this link.
Q: What is USCIS Form I-361?
A: USCIS Form I-361 is the Affidavit of Financial Support and Intent to Petition for Legal Custody for Public Law 97-359 Amerasian.
Q: Who should use USCIS Form I-361?
A: USCIS Form I-361 should be used by individuals who are seeking to petition for legal custody of an Amerasian child.
Q: What is the purpose of USCIS Form I-361?
A: The purpose of USCIS Form I-361 is to establish the financial support and intent of the petitioner to provide legal custody for an Amerasian child under Public Law 97-359.
Q: What is Public Law 97-359 Amerasian?
A: Public Law 97-359 Amerasian is a law that provides benefits and protections for Amerasian children, including the opportunity to immigrate to the United States.
Q: What information is required in USCIS Form I-361?
A: USCIS Form I-361 requires information about the petitioner's financial situation, relationship to the Amerasian child, and intention to assume legal custody.
Q: Do I need to submit any supporting documents with USCIS Form I-361?
A: Yes, USCIS Form I-361 must be accompanied by supporting documents, such as evidence of financial support and relationship to the Amerasian child.
Q: What happens after I submit USCIS Form I-361?
A: After USCIS Form I-361 is submitted, USCIS will review the form and supporting documents. If approved, the petitioner may proceed with the legal custody process for the Amerasian child.
Q: Can I appeal if USCIS denies my USCIS Form I-361?
A: Yes, if USCIS denies USCIS Form I-361, the petitioner has the right to appeal the decision and provide additional evidence to support their case.
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