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USCIS 4h
that online filing is available for Form N-400, Application for Naturalization?
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USCIS 7h
We’re committed to protecting American workers. Together, we can stop fraud. Report abuse at: ReportH1BAbuse@uscis.dhs.gov
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USCIS 12h
We will issue new EADs with a July 5, 2018 expiration date to eligible Honduran TPS beneficiaries who timely re-register for TPS and apply for EADs.
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USCIS 12h
We will issue new EADs with a Jan. 5, 2019 expiration date to eligible Nicaraguan TPS beneficiaries who timely re-register for TPS and apply for EADs.
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USCIS Dec 15
Reminder: if you have TPS for Honduras and want to maintain that status through July 5, 2018, you must re-register between Dec. 15, 2017 and Feb. 13, 2018.
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USCIS Dec 15
Reminder: if you have TPS for Nicaragua and want to maintain that status through Jan. 5, 2019, you must re-register between Dec. 15, 2017 and Feb. 13, 2018.
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USCIS Dec 15
Protect American jobs. Report H-2B abuse. ReportH2BAbuse@uscis.dhs.gov
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USCIS Dec 15
Reminder: Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Honduras is extended through July 5, 2018. To maintain your TPS until that date, you must re-register between Dec. 15, 2017 and Feb. 13, 2018.
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USCIS Dec 15
Reminder: Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Nicaragua will terminate on Jan. 5, 2019. To maintain your TPS until that date, you must re-register for TPS between Dec. 15, 2017 and Feb. 13, 2018.
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USCIS Dec 15
Congratulations to 25 sworn in at National Museum New Britain Museum of American…
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USCIS Dec 15
We approve petitions for H-2A visas. We’re committed to upholding the integrity of our immigration system, including the temporary worker programs.
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USCIS Dec 15
Replying to @USCIS
Regardless of the numbers, though, RFEs reflect our commitment to protecting American workers and the integrity of the immigration system.
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USCIS Dec 15
Replying to @USCIS
Here’s the truth on H-1B stats: FY15: 20.5% RFE’d, 95.3% approved. FY16: 20.6% RFE’d, 93.5% approved. FY17: 21.2% RFE’d, 92.5% approved.
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USCIS Dec 15
Replying to @USCIS
While H-1B RFEs have increased slightly, our approval rate remains over 90%.
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USCIS Dec 15
Replying to @USCIS
Sometimes we need to issue more than one RFE for a single petition to ensure we’re getting accurate jobs and wages data. RFEs can cause delays, but they ensure we’re approving petitions correctly.
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USCIS Dec 15
We’re committed to integrity in our visa programs, especially the H-1B visa program. We send requests for evidence (RFEs) when information in a petition lacks details or sufficient evidence.
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USCIS Dec 15
We’re proposing new rules to improve how we vet and process applications for certain foreign workers and investors.
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USCIS Dec 15
Help us stop H-1B fraud. Email us at ReportH1BAbuse@uscis.dhs.gov
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USCIS Dec 15
Today we celebrate an important founding document. What do we call the first 10 amendments to the Constitution?
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USCIS Dec 15
No more waiting at the post office – online filing for the N-400 is now available.
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