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Power of Attorney Policy Update- USA

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The United States of America, under the administration of President Trump, has decided to reverse the Power of Attorney policy for filings, which may affect certain employers. Effective 17 March 2018, USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) will no longer accept anything other than a handwritten signature on documents such as applications, petitions, requests and others. Signatures that have been created by typewriters, word processors, stamps, or auto-pen devices will also not be accepted from the March date onward.

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