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Immigration Relief Measures for Filipino Typhoon Victims

Typhoon Haiyan has dominated the news with shocking images of the destruction it has caused. It has left many homeless, without food and water. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it will provide relief measures for those affected by Typhoon Haiyan. The agency will assist those who are unable to maintain lawful …

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USCIS Extends Temporary Protected Status for Somalis

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for the nationals of Somalia has been extended by the acting Secretary of Homeland Security, Rand Beers. TPS has been extended for an additional 18 months from 18th March, 2014 through 17th September, 2015. Beneficiaries of TPS who belong to Somalia, who wish to extend their status, need to file their …

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Beware of Caller ID Spoofing: New Immigration Services Scam

A new telephone scam is now targeting USCIS customers. A new technique called “Caller ID spoofing” is being used by the scammers to display inaccurate information in the recipient’s caller ID. The callers pose as USCIS immigration officials and request the recipient’s personal information, including their Alien Registration numbers, Social Security numbers, and their passport …

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Local USCIS Offices

To obtain immigration benefits, applications must be filed with the USCIS. Most of the USCIS forms can be filed online and very few forms must be filed at local USCIS offices. Local offices deal with non-asylum related applications and these offices provide limited information on USCIS forms. It is recommended to first check the USCIS website, prior …

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New Replacement Naturalization and Citizenship Certificates

USCIS has now started to issue redesigned Certificates of Citizenship and Certificates of Naturalization. Individuals who now file Form N-565, Application for Replacement Naturalization/Citizenship Document to get their Certificates of Citizenship or Certificates of Naturalization replaced, will receive redesigned replacement certificates. USCIS now employs a new printing process in order to prevent the production of fake certificates …

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USCIS Will Close its Field Office in Panama City on Feb 1

The USCIS field office in Panama City will permanently be closed and the countries, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, French Guiana, Venezuela and Suriname, that were in the jurisdiction of the Panama City Field Office, will be in the jurisdiction of the Field offices in San Salvador, El Salvador, Lima or Peru. After 1st February, 2012, …

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