April

Blog Posts in April, 2013

  • USCIS San Jose, CA Field Office New Location

    The USCIS San Jose Field Office at 1887 Monterey Road is closed for business to begin the move to their new location. Those seeking immigration and citizenship information may visit the new location beginning on March 20. The new location for the San Jose Field Office is 1450 Coleman Avenue, Santa Clara. It is on the west side of the Norman Mineta San Jose International Airport across from Costco ...
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  • CBP Begins Using Automated Form I-94 This Week

    Foreign travelers will be given a tear sheet upon arrival at the port of entry with instructions on how to view and access their electronic Form I-94 on the CBP website, www.cbp.gov/I94 . Foreign travelers will be able to print out a paper copy of their electronic Form I-94 from the website. Foreigners may require the paper versions of the electronic Form I-94 for certain immigration applications ...
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  • DHS Annual Statistics on Number of U.S. Naturalizations for FY2012

    The DHS (Department of Homeland Security) Office of Immigration Statistics March 2013 Annual Flow Report on U.S. The Annual Flow Report presents information on the number and characteristics of foreign nationals aged 18 years and over who were naturalized during FY 2012. Naturalizations for FY2012 has been released. In 2012, there were a total of 757,434 persons who became naturalized citizens of ...
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  • DHS Annual Statistics on U.S. Legal Permanent Residents for FY2012

    The DHS Office of Immigration Statistics March 2013 Annual Flow Report on U.S. Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs) for FY2012 has been released. The Annual Flow Report for U.S LPRs presents information obtained from applications for LPR status on the number and characteristics of persons who became LPRs in the United States during 2012. In 2012, there were a total of 1,031,631 persons who became LPRs ...
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  • Delivery Delays Reported at CSC and VSC

    AILA members reported today that VSC experienced delays in delivery and processing throughout the day yesterday, Monday, April 1, 2013. According to AILA , the delay is likely due to the high volume of petitions sent for filing requesting Monday delivery. If the cap is reached within the first five business days of April, all petitions that are subject to the cap that are filed during those first ...
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