Record of Abandonment of Lawful Permanent Resident Status


Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

[Certification]
I knowingly, willingly, and affirmatively declare that I have no intention of residing permanently in the United States, and that by signing and submitting this form, I intend to record the fact that I have knowingly and willingly abandoned my lawful permanent resident status in the United States.

I have been informed of, and I understand my rights to a hearing before an immigration judge about whether I have abandoned my lawful permanent resident status in the United States.

By signing and submitting this form, I knowingly, willingly, and “affirmatively waive my rights” to such a hearing.

https://www.uscis.gov/system/files_force/files/form/i-407.pdf?download=1

Part 1. Information About the Alien (continued)

As the parents or guardian of the alien minor who is identified in Part 1. of this form, I/we consent to the alien minor’s submission of this form.

For Consent of Parents, Custodial Parents, or Legal Guardian to Submit Form I-407 for Minors 17 Years of Age or Younger

Interpreter Certification
I certify that:
I am fluent in English and
(write the other language in the box provided above).

Part 2. Certification and Signature of the Interpreter

I further certify that I have read each and every question and instruction on this form, as well as the answer to each and every question on this form, in the language provided above; and The alien has informed me that he or she understands each and every instruction and question on the form, as well as the answer to each and every question.

Part 3. For Government Use Only!

Instructions to officer: Select Item Number

  1. if you interviewed the alien. If you did not, select Item Number
  2. and state the basis for your conclusion that the alien may have abandoned lawful permanent resident status.

Sign the form and provide other information requested.

Alien Confirmation!

I certify that I personally interviewed the alien who is identified in Part 1., who has signed this Form I-407, and that I advised the alien of the hearing rights specified in the Instructions.

The alien stated he or she fully understands the effect of signing this Form I-407.

I further certify that, if an interpreter was used, I confirmed that the alien understood the interpreter.

I certify that I was not able to interview the alien who is identified in Part 1. of this Form I-407.

My basis for concluding that the alien may have abandoned lawful permanent resident status is:

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