Perhaps we should leave the subject of illegal immigrants in abeyance for a while, and concentrate on persuading our lawmakers to put pressure on the service center directors to process the tens of thousands of employment based I-485 petitions languishing in limbo since 2001. Consider how much officer time is spent on adjudicating I-765 extensions and advance parole petitions. All we hear are promises to reduce the backlog, but we are never told when. They throw us a bone, once in a while, and make an appointment for fingerprints. The aftermath of the printing results in weekly phone calls from clients and our inability to answer questions of "when."
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