I share Jeremy Li's concern about BCIS's delayed processing of
employment-based immigration cases. I think he nailed the key problems
BCIS faces now.
What Mr. Li said about the prolonged processing time is actually shorter
than the real processing time. Officially, BCIS is now claiming that it
takes 990-999 days to process this kind of cases. We know "security" is
supposed to be the factor that has supposedly delayed the process.
However, if it takes 3 years for BCIS to locate potentials terrorists,
how can we be sure to have homeland security? What kind of security are
we talking about? Is this the efficiency and effectiveness of the
Bureau that President Bush had in mind when he wanted to replace INS?
I support Mr. Li's position and hope you can help to bring pressure to
BCIS or to bring the problem to the attention of Congress or the
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