Common questions

When did 245 start?

When did 245 start?

Background of Section 245(i) of the INA. In 1994, Congress enacted section 245(i) of the INA, permitting certain individuals who were otherwise ineligible for adjustment of status in the United States to pay a penalty fee for the convenience of adjusting status without leaving the United States.

Will 245 I ever return?

A. Never. Once you qualify for benefits under §245(i), your eligibility never expires. Of course, you must still qualify (through a relative, a job or the green card lottery) when you apply for adjustment of status.

What is a grandfathered beneficiary?

Grandfathered derivative beneficiaries are the principal beneficiary’s spouse or unmarried children under 21 years of age at the time the qualifying petition or application was filed.

What is I 245 immigration law?

§245(i) is a section of immigration law that provides certain undocumented immigrants an opportunity to adjust to lawful permanent resident status and receive a green card from within the United States.

What is Section 245 of income tax?

Section 245 of the Income Tax Act empowers the assessing officer (AO) to adjust the refund (or a part of the refund) against any tax demand that is outstanding from the taxpayer. In simple words, the IT department wants to adjust the refund due against a demand due from you.

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