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USCIS Upgrades E-Request and Case Status Services

In order to enhance its services, USCIS has expanded two services, the E-Request service and the Case Status Service. Case status service, allows the USCIS customers to check the status of the applications that they had filed. Similarly, the e-Request service, allows the customers to make inquiries electronically, about the immigration petitions that they had …

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New USCIS Immigrant Fee for Immigrant Visa Applicants

USCIS has announced that the agency will collect immigrant fees from the foreign nationals who are looking forward to obtain US Green Cards. According to an announcement from the USCIS, starting from 3rd February, 2013, a foreign national who is applying for lawful status in the United States will have to pay $165, as USCIS …

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Entrepreneur Pathways – Online Resource for Entrepreneurs

An online resource center, Entrepreneur Pathways, was unveiled by the USCIS Director Alejandro Mayorkas. This resource will greatly help the entrepreneurs who look forward to start businesses in the United States and it contains information about the immigration process. An event was hosted by the Martin Trust Center in Massachusetts and during that event, the …

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Welcome to USA.gov – Website for New Immigrants

Welcome to USA.gov, is a government website maintained by the USCIS. This website will help the new immigrants who look forward to settling in America, to find the required information. This website will also help the immigrants to obtain various government benefits. Many new immigrants who are unaware of the government assistance programs are unable …

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Immigration Relief Measures for Individuals Affected by Sandy

It is well known that natural disasters are likely to affect the lawful status of the individuals in the United States. Similarly, natural disasters may also prevent them from obtaining immigration benefits. Hence to help people who are impacted by Hurricane Sandy, USCIS has announced few relief measures and requires the people to make use …

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Check Out the New USCIS Employee Rights Toolkit

A new online resource, Employee Rights Toolkit, has been released by the USCIS and this tool kit has been released to increase the awareness of employees about their rights while verifying their eligibility for employment. This resource will help the employees, employees advocates and the others. Educational materials such as videos related to E-verify worker …

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Extension of Four USCIS Programs

Some of the USCIS programs will be extended until September 30, 2015, according to the Public Law 112-176, signed by President Obama. Immigration programs such as e-verify, religious worker visa program, immigrant investor (EB-5) pilot program and the Conrad-30 program, have been extended for three more years. E-Verify, is a program that allows the USCIS …

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USA Passport Day

Saturday March 10, 2012 is Passport Day in USA! Persons who want to apply for a U.S. passport may do so at a Regional Passport Agency without an appointment on March 10, 2012 only. A person applying for a U.S. passport on Passport Day in the USA can opt for standard processing or for expedited …

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