Vermont Service Center of INS Announces Process for Spouses of L and E Visa Holders to Obtain Work Authorization

January 2002
Venulex Legal Summaries;2002 Q1, p1
The article reports that the Vermont Service Center (VSC) of the Immigration and Naturalization Service announced it will accept I-765 applications for all L-1 spouses that fall within its jurisdiction. In cases where the E family needs to file the I-129 for the principal worker and the I-765 for the spouse concurrently, those must be filed with the Texas Service Center for those that fall within the jurisdiction of the VSC.


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