UPDATE: Pakistani and Saudi Arabian visitors to the U.S. who fall under certain criteria must register in person at anBCIS (formerly INS) Service Center between January 13, 2003 and February 21, 2003.
The information below is for Pakistan and Saudi Arabian nationals. For registration procedures for nationals from the other countries required to register under the NSEERS program, click here.
should I register?
happen at the BCIS (formerly INS) office?
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If you remain in the United States for more than 1 additional year, you must report back to a designatedBCIS (formerly INS) office within 10 days of the anniversary of the date on which you first registered. For example, if you were registered January 20, 2003, you would report back between January 10 and January 30, 2004.
If you change your address, employment, or educational institution, you must notify the BCIS (formerly INS) in writing within 10 days of the change, using Form AR-11 SR.
If you leave the United States, you must appear in person before anBCIS (formerly INS) INSpecting officer at one of the designated ports and leave the United States from that port on the same day.
For more information on Special Registration and the NSEERS program, go to the BCIS (formerly INS) official website, http://www.INS.gov.