USCIS Significantly Expands Immigration Case Tracking: What Has Changed

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced changes to its notice of processing times. Applicants will now be able to see at a glance how long it will take to process their application. This is stated in a USCIS press release. “U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is committed to listening to…

How to Prepare for a Naturalization Test on the Go: Useful Tools

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has developed the USCIS: Civics Test Study Tools mobile app to prepare for the naturalization test. For four years now, it has been helping immigrants prepare for the test in a convenient place and at any time. Those who wish ...

USCIS explained who and how can remove the conditionality from the green card without passing an interview

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced an update to one of its rules. Now agency officers will be able to decide whether the applicant needs to undergo an interview, which was previously mandatory. USCIS employees, based on the criteria issued to them, will be able to decide whether the holder of a conditional ...

USCIS provides special services to immigrants affected by the war in Ukraine

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services reminds that it offers immigration services that can help people affected by extreme situations, including the war in Ukraine. The following measures may be available on a case-by-case basis upon request: change of non-immigrant status or extension of non-immigrant status…

You can now pay for USCIS services with a card: what forms does the innovation apply to

As part of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Service Center Credit Card Payments Pilot Program, you can now pay fees for almost all forms at all service centers. This is stated on the official website of the department. While you can not pay only for ...

Unmarried couples can receive asylum in the USA: USCIS has changed the rules

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will now allow refugees to be considered spouses even if their marriages do not recognize the couple's country of origin. This is a very huge step, especially for LGBT immigrants. The publication DocumentedNY told in more detail. This can help refugee families who are currently…

How to Get a Talented O1 Visa: USCIS Releases New Requirements

The USCIS has published updated requirements for applicants for O1 visas, these are the so-called talented visas, which are issued to specialists with an advanced degree and individuals with exceptional abilities. Individuals of exceptional ability or high academic degrees are not required to have…

Submitting immigration forms online is fraught with negative consequences: what can go wrong

Why online filing with USCIS isn't always the best option, CitizenPath reports. Now that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers online filing for many immigration forms, you might be wondering who is still filing in the mail. Electronic filing is not always more efficient. When…

What to do if USCIS has lost your documents, and how to protect yourself from it

Unfortunately, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is no different from any other large government organization - they are heavily burdened with a heavy workload and are not the most efficient organization. More than 9 million forms are submitted to USCIS every year, according to CitizenPath. ...

The United States will accelerate the issuance of work permits for medical workers

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has introduced an Expedited Application Process for Work Permits (EAD). This new step will benefit certain categories of EAD holders. Writes about this American Bazaar Online. The Office announced that it will expeditiously process EAD for ...

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