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Requesting Special Accommodations For Disabilities By: anderson24 | Jul 4th 2012 – USCIS provides modifications and accommodations for people with disabilities, to make sure that they are not left out from the activities of the USCIS, because of their disabilities. Tags: Functions Of Uscis And Immigration And Naturalization Services By: anderson24 | Jun 3rd 2012 – The USCIS deals with all the services related to immigration such as Green Card, naturalization and other functions. Border functions including the border patrol are handled by the CBP. Tags: Uscis 693 Medical Exam Required For Immigration Status Change And United States Citizenship By: Andrew Dave | Apr 25th 2012 – The USCIS 693 Medical Exam is a basic medical exam and some blood testing for person who are applying for a change of immigration status or citizenship status. Tags: Interesting Facts About Uscis Which Deals With Immigration Forms! By: Harriet Martin | Jan 26th 2012 – One of the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) components is United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). As a part of the Department of Justice, formerly carried out by United States Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), USCIS performs many administrative functions. Promoting national … Tags: Make Sure To Use Updated Form I-693 To Report Medical Examination To Uscis! By: Nancy Mervin | Jan 19th 2012 – Form I-693 must be completed by a designated civil surgeon for all applicants filing for adjustment of status to that of a permanent lawful resident. It"��s used to report results to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). It"��s required to prove that the applicant is not inadmissible to US on any … Tags: Uscis Proposal To Change Processing For Certain Waivers By: samuel5028 | Jan 10th 2012 – USCIS recently posted a Notice of Intent in the Federal Register proposing bringing about a change to its current filing process and arriving at a decision on waivers of inadmissibility relating to unlawful presence. Tags: Uscis Eb-5 Teleconference Invitation By: samuel5028 | Jan 3rd 2012 – To discuss the EB-5 immigrant investor program, the Office of Public Engagement and the Service Center Operations Directorate has invited the public to participate in upcoming stakeholder engagements. Tags: What To Expect After Filing Any Uscis Form? By: Jessica Potter | Aug 15th 2011 – Applicants who are filing any kind of immigration form with the USCIS should acquaint themselves with the processes that ensue the filing. This is a must if applicants want to avoid unnecessary anxiety due to sheer ignorance. Tags: How To Locate A Uscis Office By: steven young | Aug 3rd 2011 – United States Citizenship and Immigration Services is the governing body for the citizenship and immigration procedures. It is a component of the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS). It was formerly known as the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS).The administrative functions that were formerly c … Tags: Usis, Uscis, Ins, Immigration And Naturalization Office By: steven young | Jul 27th 2011 – The USIS is the acronym for the United States Information Service. It is the overseas name for the no longer existing United States Information Agency. The USIS is a name that was sometimes used in the past, both officially and non-officially, to refer to at the very least one of the many United States federal agencies of t … Tags: What Does The Uscis (formerly The Ins) Do? By: anderson24 | May 8th 2011 – The USCIS (formerly the INS) was formed to enhance the security measures and improve the efficiency of national immigration services. Tags: Check Uscis Case Status For Uscis Visa And Immigration Cases By: steven young | Mar 15th 2011 – You must be aware that the U.S.Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the government agency that manages the lawful US immigration process. All US immigration related forms need to be filed with the USCIS. Tags: Green Cards And Uscis By: steven young | Feb 28th 2011 – If you are on this page, it is understood that you are looking to immigrate to the United States. The process is simple. When it is so, never think of entering and staying in the US illegally. Immigration to the US can be initiated with the permission of the American embassy in the applicant’s country through an immigrant o … Tags: Uscis Processing Times By: steven young | Feb 21st 2011 – To get a visa or greencard, us immigration forms are to be filed either at the American Consulate or while in the US specific to the user. These forms are available on the website and there are also many private players in this field who make the forms available on their website and charge a fee for assisting users in filli … Tags: All About Uscis By: steven young | Jan 6th 2011 – The INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) was a part of the DOS (Department Of Justice) which handled the legal and illegal immigration and naturalization issues. All the functions were transferred to USCIS which handles the immigration related issues. Tags: Do’s And Donts At Marriage Interview By: steven young | Dec 9th 2010 – Any individual who applies for green card through marriage must go through the marriage interview process with the USCIS. It is a must for the applicant and the spouse to prepare well for the interview to avoid denial of the application. Tags: Final Fee Rule For Immigration Petitions Announced By Uscis "�" Seo By: GreenCard | Oct 18th 2010 – The final fee rule for the processing of immigration petitions has been recently released by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS.) Three new fees have been included in the final fee rule – the civil surgeon designation fees, the regional center designation fee under the Immigrant Investor (EB-5) Pilot Program, … Tags: Final Fee Rule For Immigration Petitions Announced By Uscis "�" Blog By: GreenCard | Oct 17th 2010 – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has recently made a proclamation on the final fee rule for processing immigration petitions. The final fee rule includes three new fees – the regional center designation fee under the Immigrant Investor (EB-5) Pilot Program, the civil surgeon designation fees, and a fee that … Tags: Improved Customer Service Provided By Uscis Through The New Uscis.gov Website By: GreenCard | Sep 17th 2010 – A completely reconstructed uscis.gov website has been recently launched by USCIS as a response to President Obama"��s request to improve on their customer service. Four new features have been included in the new enhanced website "�" online inquiry tool, e-mail notification and change of address reporting online in Spanish, … Tags: 81 Members Of The Military Community Receive U.s. Citizenship At The Naturalization Ceremony By: GreenCard | Jun 24th 2010 – To celebrate the "��Military Appreciation Month"�� USCIS hosted a naturalization ceremony for 81 members of the Yongsan U.S. Army Garrison military community. The ceremony took place at the Seoul Field Office in the month of May. The Oath of Allegiance in the citizenship ceremony was administered by Kenneth Sherman, USCIS S … Tags: Can I Work While My Green Card Application Is Pending? By: anderson24 | Jun 22nd 2010 – Immigrants who are in the United States for temporary stay should file Form I765, application for employment authorization with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS, to receive an EAD or Employment Authorization Document. Tags: Uscis Announces Revisions In The Employment Authorization Document (ead) By: GreenCard | Jun 21st 2010 – The revision of the Employment Authorization Document (EAD,) or Form I-765 has been recently announced by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS.) The revision is considered as an initiative to dissuade immigration fraud. An EAD card allows an immigrant to work legally anywhere in the United States. The USCIS … Tags: Filing Location For Qualifying Family Of Deceased Service Members Centralized By Uscis By: GreenCard | Jun 20th 2010 – A change in the form filing location for naturalization of qualifying family of deceased service members has been announced by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS.) The USCIS Form N-400 applications that have been received by the USCIS at the Nebraska Service Center (NSC,) will be handled by a specialized t … Tags: Usa Green Card To Be Redesigned By The Uscis By: GreenCard | Jun 14th 2010 – Recently, it has been announced by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that the Permanent Resident Card, better known to be "��Green Card"�� has been redesigned. In order to dissuade immigration fraud, such as forgery, obstruct tampering and make the authentication proceed faster, the new Green Card is inc … Tags: What Is A Biometrics Notice? By: anderson24 | May 25th 2010 – Generally USCIS will do biometric test if you for criminal background verification for Federal Bureau of Investigation(FBI). If its get rejected from the FBI then you must get police clearance from all the police station where you stayed for past 5 years. Tags: Uscis And Nps Partnership Renewed To Enhance Meaning And Stature Of Citizenship Ceremonies By: GreenCard | May 20th 2010 – Prior to the 40th anniversary of Earth Day that took place at the Lincoln Memorial, Alejandro Mayorkas, USCIS director and Jon Jarvis, NPS director went on to renew the partnership between the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the U.S. Department of the Interiors National Park Service (NPS) to enhance th … Tags: Uscis Advisory For Foreign Nationals Stranded Due To The Icelandic Volcano Eruption By: GreenCard | May 17th 2010 – In order to help foreign nationals, who have been stranded in the United States due to the Icelandic volcano eruptions, the USCIS has recently issued an advisory that gives travelers a time period of up to 30 days to depart if they have surpassed their authorized stay period. Tags: How Do I Get A Us Student Visa? By: anderson24 | May 10th 2010 – There are two different types of student visa provided by USCIS:they are F-1 visa and M-1 Visa. When the students arrive in the United States, they will receive a Form I-94 (Arrival-Departure Record) that will include their admission number to the United States. Tags: Uscis Grants Parole-in-place Status To Certain Foreign Nationals In The Cnmi By: GreenCard | May 6th 2010 – The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced a grant for a parole-in-place status to some foreign nationals in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI). The parole-in-place status allows the foreign nationals to remain in the CNMI and continue employment authorization until their new CN … Tags: Uscis To Accept H-1b Petitions For Fiscal Year 2011 Beginning April 1, 2010 By: GreenCard | Apr 19th 2010 – The USCIS has announced on April 1st 2010 the commencement of H1-B petitions acceptance for the fiscal year FY2011.The H1-B petitions should be provided with the required details and evidence as per the criteria of the USCIS. The USCIS has also specified the numerical limit for the FY2011 cap. Tags: Uscis Centralizes Processing Of Orphan Adoptions Change Will Streamline Processing By: GreenCard | Apr 15th 2010 – On April 1st, 2010, the USCIS came up with an announcement concerning centralization of orphan adoption official procedures. According to the announcement the Dallas Lockbox facility will accept the filling of Form I 600 and Form I 600A .Such course of action is intended for efficient processing of orphan adoption formaliti … Tags: Uscis Issues Additional Information Regarding The Employ American Workers Act (eawa) To Employers Fi By: GreenCard | Mar 31st 2010 – The USCIS has provided further guidance on the Employ American Workers Act (EAWA). H-1B petitioners who have already filled in the previous version of Form I-129 and kept it ready for mailing, are requested to fill in only the page which has the new question in the modified form and attach it to the prepared previous versio … Tags: Uscis Provides Details On H-1b And H-2b Cap Exemptions For Work Performed In The Cnmi And Guam By: GreenCard | Mar 28th 2010 – The USCIS has provided details on H-1B and H-2B cap exemptions for H nonimmigrant workers who are admitted to perform labor and services in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) and Guam. The H cap exemptions can be obtained by the H-1B and H-2B workers performing labor or services in the CNMI and/or Guam. Tags: Uscis Revises Medical Certificiation For Disability Exceptions By: GreenCard | Mar 28th 2010 – The USCIS has revised the Medical Certification for Disability Exceptions, Form N-648. Applicants who do not have the ability to abide by the rules set for naturalization application due to medical disabilities can submit for an exception. Along with the naturalization application the Form N-648 certification completed by a … Tags: Revised Form I-485, Application To Register Permanent Residence Or Adjust Status, And Revised Filing By: GreenCard | Mar 23rd 2010 – A permanent resident card holder is a person who is granted approval to live and work in the United States permanently. The Form I-485, which is an application to register for permanent residence or adjust status has been revised recently by the USCIS and there is also a change in the form filing locations. Tags: Uscis To Reissue Advance Parole Documents By: GreenCard | Mar 9th 2010 – The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had issued advance parole documents (Form I-512) with an incorrect issue date of January 5, 1990. They have identified the affected documents and have assured to re-issue the correct documents to the applicants. If a person needs to travel urgently, the USCIS grants permission … Tags: Uscis And Los Angeles Announce Immigrant Integration Partnership By: GreenCard | Mar 8th 2010 – The U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Los Angeles mayor have entered into a immigrant integration partnership. This endeavour is aimed at promoting constructive betterment of the large number of hardworking immigrants in Los Angeles. This pact will be in effect for two years, meanwhile the USCIS will be moni … Tags: Change Of Filing Location For Form I-601, Application For Waiver Of Ground Of Inadmissibility By: GreenCard | Feb 28th 2010 – The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have announced revisions of Form I-601, Application for Waiver of Ground of Inadmissibility. These changes that bring about a change in the filing locations are intended to benefit the immigrants in the United States by shifting the intake of benefit forms from USCIS loc … Tags: Uscis Standardizes Process For Accommodating Requests From The Disabled By: GreenCard | Dec 30th 2009 – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced the setup of a standardized and streamlined process for accommodating its customers with disabilities. Disabled customers who require accommodation can contact the National Customer Service Center (NCSC) at 1-800-375-5283 (TDD: 1-800-767-1833). This announcement is a benef … Tags: Uscis Programs Extended Through September 2012 By: GreenCard | Dec 27th 2009 – The Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act of 2010 was signed by the President on October 28, 2009. According to this act, certain USCIS programs have been extended until September 2012. The four programs that were extended include E-Verify, Immigrant Investor (EB-5) Pilot Program, special immigrant visa categor … Tags: Uscis To Hold Certain Cases Pending Changes To Vaccination Requirements By: GreenCard | Dec 14th 2009 – The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced a small change in vaccination requirements for USA immigration. The USCIS has decided to temporarily hold some visa applications till the new vaccination criterion comes into effect on December 14, 2009. Tags: Uscis Issues Guidance On Transitional Worker Program For Northern Mariana Islands By: GreenCard | Nov 26th 2009 – United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced a new visa category for transitional workers of the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. This category would be valid only from November 28, 2009 to December 31, 2014 during which the shift from the permit system to the immigration law of US will … Tags: Uscis Revises Form I-601, Application For Waiver By: GreenCard | Nov 26th 2009 – United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced the revised version of the Form I-601, Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility. The new version of the Form I-601 makes it easier for the applicants to complete the form. The previous version of the form will not be accepted by USCIS from … Tags: Ask The Uscis For A Fee Waiver By: VisaPro.com | Oct 29th 2007 – Generally, the USCIS has discretion to waive the filing fees for an application, petition, motion or request if the applicant establishes that he is unable to pay the fee. Tags: Adjustment Of Status Vs. Uscis Consular Processing By: VisaPro.com | Sep 26th 2007 – Permanent residence (Green Card) status is conferred either through issuance of an immigrant visa (IV) by an American consular post abroad or through approval of an �"’˜adjustment of status’ application (Form I-485) by the USCIS in the U.S. For those present in the U.S. both alternatives may be available. Foreign nationa … Tags: Embark On A Religious Journey To U.s. Through R-1 Visa By: VisaPro.com | Sep 26th 2007 – It may soon become harder to get an R visa as a religious worker. Over the past few years the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the US Consulates overseas, and the USCIS has determined that the R visa category is susceptible to fraud. The first report on the potential for fraud in the program was issued by the GAO in … Tags: Uscis Stops Accepting H-1b Petitions As Cap Is Reached: What’s Next? By: VisaPro.com | Sep 6th 2007 – If you miss petitioning for an employee before the cap is reached, you will have to wait until the next year to file an H-1B petition or look for an alternate visa category. Employers must also evaluate and utilize alternatives to the H-1B category, which may also be used to �"’˜bridge the cap’ until October 1st if you m … Tags: When To Use Uscis Premium Processing By: VisaPro.com | Aug 26th 2007 – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services put into place a Premium Processing Service, promising to speed up the agency’s applications decision process on selected work visas. Under this program, paying an additional $1,000 fee will guarantee an USCIS decision on eligible temporary work visas within 15 calendar days of the … Tags: List Of All Uscis (formerly Ins) Offices Nationwide By: Manu Goel | Oct 18th 2006 – The information about all USCIS offices and consulates nationwide. Tags: List Of All Uscis (formerly Ins) Offices Nationwide And Consulates By: Manu Goel | Oct 18th 2006 – The information about USCIS offices and consulates nationwide. Tags: 相关的主题文章: