Nonfrivolous Application Law and Legal Definition

According to 8 CFR 210.1 (Title 8 - Aliens and Nationality; Chapter I - Department Of Homeland Security (Immigration And Naturalization); Subchapter B - Immigration Regulations; Part 210 - Special Agricultural Workers), a complete application will be determined to be nonfrivolous at the time the applicant appears for an interview at a legalization or overseas processing office if it contains:

(1) “Evidence or information which shows on its face that the applicant is admissible to the United States or, if inadmissible, that the applicable grounds of excludability may be waived under the provisions of section 210(c)(2)(i) of the Act,

(2) Evidence or information which shows on its face that the applicant performed at least 90 man-days of qualifying employment in seasonal agricultural services during the twelve-month period from May 1, 1985 through May 1, 1986, and

(3) Documentation which establishes a reasonable inference of the performance of the seasonal agricultural services claimed by the applicant.”