Security Versus Benefits
According to the Washington Times, restricted access to security database tools has impeded USCIS' ability to complete security checks resulting in instances where applications are adjudicated with incomplete background checks. While national security is an underlying goal of all federal agencies (such as OSHA, EEOC, FDA, etc.), USCIS's main mission is the efficient and speedy administration of immigration benefits. USCIS is not a national security agency and to judge them against security standards is as unfair as judging OSHA, EEOC, FDA, etc. as if counter-terrorism was their primary mission. It is this inappropriate standard which is in part responsible for the inability of USCIS to deliver quick service to those entitled immigration benefits under the law.
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PERM: An Up To The Minute Course
Joel Stewart, et al. provide materials for this recent seminar.
CRS Report On Immunities Under US Law
The Congressional Research Service issued a report describing the privileges and immunities generally owed to foreign diplomatic, consular, and international organization personnel under US law, including immigration-related provisions.
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