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Applications and Interviews: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Is Not Affected USCIS operations are fully funded by application fees paid when applications are filed, so the agency is not affected by federal budget negotiations. As a result, all USCIS … Continue reading
On April 15, 2010 under the leadership of Alejandro Mayorkas, USCIS launched the first ever policy review of the agency’s adjudication and customer service policies. The goal of the policy review is to update, consolidate and to streamline all existing … Continue reading