February

Blog Posts in February, 2010

  • VSC Examiners to Get "Credit" For Issuing an RFE

    On February 25, 2010, VSC Director Dan Renaud informed those present at the AILA New England Chapter CLE meeting that there has been a change in the structure of the performance review structure for adjudication officers. In the past, adjudication officers were given credit for the issuance of approvals and denials, a new performance review policy gives adjudication officers credit for issuing ...
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  • USCIS Notice for Customers With Disabilities

    USCIS is committed to providing customers with disabilities the same level of access to its programs and services that customers without disabilities have (see the USCIS Web site for an explanation and examples of accommodations). If you need an accommodation for your appointment due to a disability, impediment or impairment that affects your ability to demonstrate eligibility for the benefit ...
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  • Change of Filing Location for Form N-400

    Applicants filing a Form N-400 under military provisions (Section 328 or 329), should file their application at the Nebraska Service Center, PO Box 87426, Lincoln, NE 68501-7426, regardless of where the applicant lives. This includes current military spouses regardless of geographic location or jurisdiction. If you are filing a Form N-400 at USCIS Lockbox facilities, you may elect to receive an ...
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  • Change in K-3 Processing Procedures by the Department of State

    As of February 1st, 2010, in cases where USCIS has approved and sent both the I-129F petition for a nonimmigrant K-3 visa and the I-130 petition for an IR-1 (CR-1) spouse of a US citizen visa to the National Visa Center (NVC), the need for the K-3 visa ends as the Immigrant Visa application I-130 has been approved. The K-3 visa was intended to facilitate the expeditious entry of US citizens’ ...
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