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    USCIS to Expand Pilot Program to All 50 States and District of Columbia

    Source: The Oh Law Firm

    USCIS is scheduled to expand the Pilot Program for local green card cases to residents in all 50 states and District of Columbia and provide web access. USCIS requested on 11/30/2004 the OMB to review its notice which it intends to publish in the federal register. Right on, USCIS!!

    Since last April 2004, the USCIS has been testing this pilot program through Dallas and New York district offices adjudicating certain family-based I-130/485 green card applications and other local district office proceedings within 90 days. During the testing period, the applicants in other local district jurisdictions felt the program was unfair to them.

    On behalf of the immigrants across the board and throughout the nation, we "wholeheartedly" welcome the move and salute the USCIS leadership.

    The details have yet to be announced and it is unclear whether the nation-wide pilot program will be a carbon copy of the ongoing Dallas Pilot Program model of 90-day adjudication or it will take longer. However, the immigrant community should send "applaud" to the USCIS leadership.



    So... will all new applications take 90 days to AOS?

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    USCIS to Expand Pilot Program to All 50 States and District of Columbia

    Source: The Oh Law Firm

    USCIS is scheduled to expand the Pilot Program for local green card cases to residents in all 50 states and District of Columbia and provide web access. USCIS requested on 11/30/2004 the OMB to review its notice which it intends to publish in the federal register. Right on, USCIS!!

    Since last April 2004, the USCIS has been testing this pilot program through Dallas and New York district offices adjudicating certain family-based I-130/485 green card applications and other local district office proceedings within 90 days. During the testing period, the applicants in other local district jurisdictions felt the program was unfair to them.

    On behalf of the immigrants across the board and throughout the nation, we "wholeheartedly" welcome the move and salute the USCIS leadership.

    The details have yet to be announced and it is unclear whether the nation-wide pilot program will be a carbon copy of the ongoing Dallas Pilot Program model of 90-day adjudication or it will take longer. However, the immigrant community should send "applaud" to the USCIS leadership.



    So... will all new applications take 90 days to AOS?

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    • #3
      USCIS is the most silly organization I have ever seen. Why do they keep coming up with these 'smart'ideas that just make things brighter than they really are?

      Why dont they first solve the issue of backlog cases? These people raised fees by $55 for all applications this year under the guise of making processing faster and there has been little or no change in processing. They said they would add more staff when they went to the govt to get the hike approved.Did they?

      They are just doing what we call lapping in accounting. Thats where you keep swithching the position of things and pretend you are solving a problem, while all you are doing is switching things around, and changing the appearance. The net change remails nil.

      I think the only successful USCIS has done is the INFOPASS, and even then, why did they take them so long? We are in 2004 not 1994!

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