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    Its look like the USCIS strategy toward lulac/css applicant is to delay processing their application until the applicant either dies or give-up and leave; it has been 20 years since people first applied for the amnesty back in 1987 and there is 400,000 cases still hanging in limbo.
    The USCIS suppose to adjudicate the late amnesty I-687 in nine months by the order of the court and that never happened because they are above the law of this land.

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    Its look like the USCIS strategy toward lulac/css applicant is to delay processing their application until the applicant either dies or give-up and leave; it has been 20 years since people first applied for the amnesty back in 1987 and there is 400,000 cases still hanging in limbo.
    The USCIS suppose to adjudicate the late amnesty I-687 in nine months by the order of the court and that never happened because they are above the law of this land.

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    • #3
      I'm sure that I'm not the only one who sees the sheer irony and hypocrisy in an ILLEGAL alien whining and complaining about their perception that USCIS is "above the law of this land."

      Zeid, with all due respect, you have quite some nerve. It seems to me that you have perceived yourself as being above the law, given that you've lived illegally in America for many years.

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      • #4
        Zeid and SunDevilUSA have totally different views. I agree somewhat with both of them.

        I think the USCIS should make speedy fair unbiased decisions on CSS/NEMAN cases. Then enforce their decision with deportation..

        It's of no good to the immigrant or the Country, to allow denied applicants to revert back to illegal status, and then merge back into camouflage.

        America needs to take care of business

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