Tag: United States Citizenship and Immigration Services

  1. USCIS AND ITS MASSIVE CASE BACKLOG: WHAT COMES NEXT?

    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has an ambitious goal this year. Its primary objective is to reduce the backlog of cases and its impact on Immigration Services. This past year, USCIS has felt the harmful effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic turned what were already significant processing delays into unprecedented backlogs across the entire system. In fact, as of 2022, numbers are very READ MORE READ MORE

  2. USCIS Policies Lead to High Denial Rates for L-1B Petitions

    The L-1B nonimmigrant visa program is regularly utilized by companies to transfer employees with specialized knowledge from foreign countries to the United States. According to a recent analysis, the program continues to experience significant denial rates, raising questions about the underlying causes of the phenomenon.  L1-B Visa Program The L1-B Visa Program allows employers to transfer certain nonimmigrant employees from foreign offices to offices within the United READ MORE READ MORE

  3. Amidst Ongoing Labor Shortage, USCIS Processing Delays Prevent Noncitizens from Work

    While a labor shortage continues to affect critical industries in the United States, over one million noncitizens eagerly awa