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Instructions for I-687, Application for Status as a  
Temporary Resident Under Section 245A of the INA  
Department of Homeland Security  
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services  
Read these instructions carefully to properly complete this form. If you need more space to complete an answer, use a  
separate sheet of paper. Write your name and Alien Registration Number (A-Number), if any, at the top of each sheet of  
paper and indicate the section and number of the item to which the answer refers.  
What Is the Purpose of This Form?  
Form I-687 was originally used to apply for status as a  
temporary resident under the 1986 Immigration Reform and  
Control Act. While the filing period ended in 1988, Form  
I-687 is now used to apply for benefits under the terms and  
conditions of certain settlement agreements.  
You must be admissible under section 212(a) of the INA in  
order to be eligible for temporary resident status. If you are  
inadmissible under any section of 212(a) of the INA, then you  
may file Form I-690, Application for Waiver of Grounds of  
Inadmissibility, requesting the grounds of inadmissibility be  
waived by the Secretary of Homeland Security.  
Sections 212(a)(6)(A) (entry in the United States without  
inspection) and 212(a)(7) (documentary requirements) of the  
INA do not apply.  
What Are the Eligibility Requirements?  
You are eligible for temporary resident status if:  
The following grounds of inadmissibility may not be waived  
by the Secretary of Homeland Security:  
1. You can establish that you entered the United States before  
January 1, 1982;  
1. Section 212(a)(2)(A)(i)(I) - crimes involving moral  
2. You can establish that you have resided continuously in the  
United States in an unlawful status since such date and  
through the date the application is considered filed under  
the settlement agreements. (If you entered the United States  
as a nonimmigrant before January 1, 1982, you must  
establish that your period of authorized stay as a  
nonimmigrant expired before such date through the passage  
of time or your unlawful status was known to the  
Government as of such date);  
2. Section 212(a)(2)(A)(i)(II) - crimes involving controlled  
substances, except if it relates to a single offense of simple  
possession of 30 grams or less or marijuana;  
3. Section 212(a)(2)(B) - multiple criminal convictions;  
4. Section 212(a)(2)(C) - controlled substance traffickers;  
5. Section 212(a)(3) - security and related grounds;  
6. Section 212(a)(4) - public charge. Except this prohibition  
does not apply if you are or were an aged, blind, or  
disabled individual (as defined in section 1614(a)(1) of the  
Social Security Act). If you demonstrate a history of  
employment in the United States evidencing self-support  
without receipt of public cash assistance, then you will be  
considered admissible.  
3. You can establish that you have been continuously  
physically present in the United States since November 6,  
1986, and through the date the application is considered  
filed under the settlement agreements;  
4. You are admissible to the United States as an immigrant  
except as otherwise provided under section 245A(d)(2) of  
the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA);  
5. You have not been convicted of any felony or of three or  
more misdemeanors committed in the United States;  
Documents to Establish Identity  
6. You have not assisted in the persecution of any persons or  
persons on account of race, religion, nationality,  
membership in a particular social group, or political  
opinion; and  
You must submit proof of identity with your application. The  
following are examples of the types of documents that may  
serve to establish your identity:  
7. You registered or are registering under the Military  
1. Birth certificate, baptismal certificate, or other evidence of  
Selective Service Act, if required.  
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2. National identification card from your country of origin;  
3. Federal/State tax records;  
4. Annual or quarterly address reports;  
5. School transcripts;  
3. Passport;  
4. Driver's license;  
5. Identification card issued by a school or your State of  
6. Other Federal Government records;  
7. Proof of working without authorization;  
8. W-2 forms;  
residence; and  
6. Military identification.  
Documents to Establish Residence  
9. Form I-20; and  
Documents that may be submitted to prove continuity of  
residence include but are not limited to:  
10. Form I-94, Arrival-Departure Report.  
1. Leases, rent receipts, or deeds or other evidence of a  
General Instructions  
2. Birth certificates of children born in the United States;  
3. Employment, union, or other business records;  
1. Type or print legibly in black ink.  
2. If you need more space to complete an answer, use a  
separate sheet of paper. Write your Alien Registration  
Number (A-Number), if any, at the top of each sheet of  
paper and indicate the number of the item to which the  
answer refers.  
4. Driver's license receipts or evidence of vehicle  
5. Utility bill receipts;  
6. Installment loan records;  
7. Church records, medical records; and  
3. Answer all questions fully and accurately. If an item is not  
applicable or the answer is “none,” leave the space blank.  
8. Affidavits or declarations from credible and verifiable third  
4. Each application must be properly signed and filed. A  
photocopy of a signed application or a typewritten name in  
place of a signature is not acceptable.  
If you submit letters from landlords, the correspondence must  
include the landlord's present address and the beginning and  
ending dates of your residence. Letters from employers,  
organizations, or churches should be on official stationery and  
include relevant dates, the organization's seal (if any), and the  
signer's name and title.  
If these instructions tell you to submit a copy of a particular  
document, you should send a copy. If there are stamps,  
remarks, notations, and etc. on the back of the original  
documents, also provide a copy of the back of the documents.  
It is recommended that affidavits or declarations from third  
parties include the affiant's name, address, and phone number  
to verify the credibility of the affidavit or declaration.  
If you choose to send an original document, you should also  
send a copy and USCIS will return the original to you. If you  
do not provide a copy along with the original, USCIS will  
attach the original document to your application, and it will  
not be returned to you.  
To evaluate the sufficiency of the applicant's proof of  
residence, USCIS will take into account the passage of time  
and attendant difficulties in obtaining corroborative  
documentation of unlawful residence.  
Documents to Establish NWIRP Eligibility  
There are times when USCIS must request an original copy of  
a document. In that case, the original is generally returned  
after it has been reviewed. If you are asked to submit an  
original document, make a copy for yourself and keep it in a  
safe place. For your personal records, we advise you to keep  
copies of the application and all of the documents you submit  
to USCIS.  
Documents that may be submitted to prove eligibility of your  
nonimmigrant status prior to January 1, 1982, and that your  
unlawful status was known to the Government as of such date  
include but are not limited to:  
1. Visitor's visa, student visa, or temporary worker visa;  
2. Social Security records;  
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However, if you are interviewed, the original documents must  
be presented whenever possible at that time except for the  
following: official government records; employment or  
employment-related records maintained by employers; unions  
or collective bargaining organizations; medical records; school  
records maintained by a school or school board; or other  
records maintained by a party other than the applicant.  
Where to File?  
Currently there is no open filing period for submission of this  
application. USCIS may accept Form I-687 under certain  
circumstances, and we will provide those applicants with an  
address when appropriate.  
Copies of these records must be endorsed as true and correct  
and must bear the signature and title of persons authorized to  
act in their behalf. All certified copies of documents become  
the property of USCIS. At the discretion of a USCIS District  
Director, original documents, even if accompanied by certified  
copies, may be temporarily retained.  
What Is the Filing Fee?  
The filing fee for this application is $1,130.  
An additional biometric fee of $85 is required when filing this  
application. After you submit Form I-687, USCIS will notify  
you about when and where to go for biometrics services.  
Foreign Language Documents  
Any document in a foreign language must be accompanied by  
an English translation. The translator must certify he or she is  
competent to translate the foreign language into English and  
that the translation is accurate.  
Use the following guidelines when you prepare your check or  
money order for the Form I-687 and the biometrics service fee:  
1. The check or money order must be drawn on a bank or  
other financial institution located in the United States and  
must be payable in U.S. currency; and  
You may be required to be present for a personal interview by  
a USCIS officer. Failure to appear for a scheduled interview  
will result in your application being denied for abandonment.  
There is no appeal of an abandonment denial.  
2. Make the check or money order payable to U.S.  
Department of Homeland Security.  
NOTE: Spell out U.S. Department of Homeland Security;  
do not use the initials "USDHS" or "DHS."  
Biometrics (Fingerprints, Photograph, and  
3. If you live outside the United States, contact the nearest  
U.S. Embassy or consulate for instructions on the method  
of payment.  
If you are between the ages of 14 and 79 years, you must be  
fingerprinted as part of the USCIS biometrics services  
requirements. Biometrics services may also include the taking  
of your photograph and signature. After you have filed this  
application, USCIS will notify you in writing on Form I-797,  
Notice of Action, to call our USCIS Contact Center at  
1-800-375-5283 to schedule your biometrics services  
appointment at a USCIS Application Support Center in your  
area. For TDD (hearing impaired) call: 1-800-767-1833. If  
you fail to appear for the biometrics services appointment,  
your application may be denied.  
How to Check If the Fees Are Correct  
Form I-687 fees and biometrics services fees are current as of  
edition date in the lower right corner of this page. However,  
because USCIS fees change periodically, you can verify if the  
fees are correct by following one of the steps below.  
1. Visit our Internet Web site at www.uscis.gov, select  
"FORMS," and check the appropriate fee;  
2. Telephone the USCIS Contact Center at 1-800-375-5283  
and ask for fee information. For TTY (deaf or hard of  
hearing) call: 1-800-767-1833.  
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Employment Authorization  
Applicants seeking employment authorization must complete  
and mail Form I-765, Application for Employment  
Authorization, to the appropriate address noted under the  
"Where To File?" section of these instructions. Provide the  
$380 fee with Form I-765.  
If you knowingly and willfully falsify or conceal a material  
fact or submit a false document with your Form I-687, we will  
deny your Form I-687, and may deny any other immigration  
benefit. In addition, you will face severe penalties provided by  
law, and may be subject to criminal prosecution.  
Travel Authorization  
Applicants seeking emergent travel authorization must mail  
Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, to the  
appropriate address noted in the "Where To File?" section of  
these instructions. Provide the $360 fee with Form I-131.  
Privacy Act Notice  
We ask for the information on this form, and associated  
evidence, to determine if you have established eligibility for  
the immigration benefit for which you are filing. Our legal  
right to ask for this information can be found in the  
Immigration and Nationality Act, as amended. We may  
provide this information to other government agencies. Failure  
to provide this information, and any requested evidence, may  
delay a final decision or result in denial of your Form I-687.  
Address Change  
If you have changed your address, you must inform USCIS  
of your new address. For information on filing a change of  
address go to the USCIS Web site at www.uscis.gov/  
addresschange or contact the USCIS Contact Center at  
1-800-375-5283. For TTY (deaf or hard of hearing) call:  
The information provided in this application is confidential  
and may only be used as provided in INA Section 245A(c)(5).  
The information provided is subject to verification by USCIS.  
NOTE: Do not submit a change of address request to USCIS  
Lockbox facilities because USCIS Lockbox facilities do not  
process change of address requests.  
USCIS Forms and Information  
To ensure you are using the latest version of this form, visit  
the USCIS Web site at www.uscis.gov where you can obtain  
the latest USCIS forms and immigration-related information.  
If you do not have internet access, you may order USCIS  
forms by calling our toll-free number at 1-800-375-5283. You  
may also obtain forms and information by telephoning our  
USCIS Contact Center at 1-800-375-5283. For TTY (deaf or  
hard of hearing) call: 1-800-767-1833.  
As an alternative to waiting in line for assistance at your local  
USCIS office, you can now schedule an appointment through  
our Internet-based system, InfoPass. To access the system,  
visit our Web site.  
Use the InfoPass appointment scheduler and follow the screen  
prompts to set up your appointment. InfoPass generates an  
electronic appointment notice that appears on the screen.  
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