Backlogs Will Come Down
With the large USCIS backlog and because of the increased fees, USCIS has been on a hiring binge for 1,300 Adjudication Officer openings nationwide. Our February 13, 2007 comment highlighted the USCIS open positions. We recently received a letter from Dan Kane, USCIS Office of Human Capital, Training and Career Development, which said, "Thanks to Immigration Daily, we received over 10,000 additional job applications for the USCIS Adjudication Officer position around the nation. The response was tremendous." We look forward to these new Adjudicators bringing the backlog down soon.
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Bloggings: February 22, 2008
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USCIS Offers Citizenship Toolkit
USCIS announced that it is offering free copies of its Civics and Citizenship Toolkit to organizations that serve, or that are interested in serving, immigrants.
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Thanks to Immigration Daily (see 02/19/08 ID comment), we received over 10,000 additional job applications for the USCIS Adjudication Officer position around the nation. The response was tremendous.
Daniel P. Kane, USCIS Office of Human Capital, Training and Career Development
Can somebody confirm the report floating around which states that according to Visa Office Charles Oppenheim, in April, India and China EB2 will likely be set at 12/01/2003 and that the EB3 for India and China will slow down for the rest of the fiscal year.
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