From USCIS: On June 15, 2015, USCIS stopped accepting electronically filed Forms I-539, Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status, and Forms I-526, Immigrant Petition by Alien Entrepreneur. USCIS also discontinued the Regional Center Document Library.
This change will not adversely affect customers who have
pending or draft cases that were created before June 15. We will
adjudicate those cases to completion and allow the standard 30 days for
customers to complete and submit their draft cases.
USCIS updated the Form I-539 and Form G-28, Notice of Entry of
Appearance as Attorney or Accredited Representative. To ensure that the
paper and electronic versions of these forms are consistent with each
other, we must temporarily remove the current electronic versions until
we develop these updated forms in our new USCIS online filing system,
which launched in March 2015.
Filing a Form I-539 or Form I-526
who need to file a Form I-539 or Form I-526 must now file the paper
version of the form. If you already started an electronic Form I-539 or
Form I-526, you will have 30 days from the day you began your
application/petition to complete and submit it online. If you are
unable to complete your electronic form within this 30-day time period,
you will need to file a new paper application or petition.
For instructions on how to file a paper Form I-539, please visit our Form I-539 page.
For instructions on how to file a paper Form I-526, please visit our Form I-526 page.
If You Filed Electronically Before June 15, 2015
you filed a Form I-539 or Form I-526 electronically, you will still be
able to access your account to check your case status, change your
address, and respond to requests for evidence while USCIS processes your
case. If you filed a Form I-526 electronically, you will still be able
to review and attest existing deal packages created by the Document
Library Manager. However, Document Library Managers will not be able to
create new document libraries or deal packages.
For More Information
you have any questions about filing a Form I-539 or Form I-526 or
accessing a Regional Center Document Library, please contact us through
our online help form
or call customer service at 1-800-375-5283 (1-800-767-1833 (TDD)). If
you have questions about filing Form I-526 or accessing a Regional
Center Document Library, you can also email us at USCIS.ImmigrantInvestorProgram@uscis.dhs.gov.