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USCIS E-Verify Expansion Update

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) E-Verify system is a way for employers to check the employment authorization of workers and potential employees. The system was created in response to concerns about undocumented workers in the US. In many cases, employers claimed that it was difficult for them to determine who was authorized to …

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Updates on Immigration Case Status Can be Checked Online

Petitioners applying for visas or other immigration-related issues, as well as their representatives, often need access to updates about U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) case status. For example, if you apply for a visa, you will want to know as soon as possible whether your application has been rejected, accepted, or whether there will …

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TPS Extension for Salvadorans

A recent announcement from the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano has allowed eligible nationals of El Salvador to enjoy Temporary Protected Status (TPS). The TPS for these qualified nationals is extended for an added 18 months as a result of the announcement. As a result, the TPS …

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Understanding the USCIS Electronic Immigration System

Many businesses and organizations are making the switch from paper-based office systems to more online and digitized systems, and the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) is no different. Reducing paper use can make organizational efforts more effective, can reduce costs, and can make office processes more environmentally-friendly. The USCIS hopes to realize all these …

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How to Locate a USCIS Office

If you apply for immigration petitions, chances are good that you will eventually need to visit a local USCIS office in order to get help completing your application. Your local immigration office provides many important services, including processing petitions, taking care of petition requirements, and helping immigrants with immigration petitions. In fact, there are many …

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