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Thread: Say goodbye to traditional immigration processing forms

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    In preparation for a long-delayed transition to online processing of immigration applications, the Homeland Security Department has released new rules for describing forms and filing procedures in official policies.

    The 43-page federal notice published Monday instructs the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, a unit of DHS, to stop typing on documents the traditional numbers and titles for various benefit claims, such as "Application for Naturalization, form N-400." Instead, to accommodate the new computerized Transformation system, USCIS policies and rules will carry more generic phrases, such as "the form designated by USCIS." Read more here.

    Immigration: Obama's new deportation policy, Rep. Luis Gutierrez briefing

    Kick-off of broader effort to publicize, inform, and caution immigrants nationwide about scope of new Obama policy

    (Washington) - On Tuesday, August 30 at 10 a.m. (CT), Rep. Luis V. Gutierrez (D-IL) will hold a press conference with key Chicago leaders, pro-immigrant advocates, and immigrant families to follow-up on new deportation guidelines announced by the Obama Administration on August 18 and to warn immigrant communities about attempts to exploit or mislead them. The Congressman is the nation's leading advocate for changes to Obama's immigration enforcement policies, meeting with the President, fighting for reform legislation, traveling the country for rallies and hearing the stories of families being split apart. Now he wants to ensure that immigrants in Chicago and nationwide know the scope of the new policy and what it means for them and their loved ones.
    Read more here.
    -BoardWizard

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    In preparation for a long-delayed transition to online processing of immigration applications, the Homeland Security Department has released new rules for describing forms and filing procedures in official policies.

    The 43-page federal notice published Monday instructs the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, a unit of DHS, to stop typing on documents the traditional numbers and titles for various benefit claims, such as "Application for Naturalization, form N-400." Instead, to accommodate the new computerized Transformation system, USCIS policies and rules will carry more generic phrases, such as "the form designated by USCIS." Read more here.

    Immigration: Obama's new deportation policy, Rep. Luis Gutierrez briefing

    Kick-off of broader effort to publicize, inform, and caution immigrants nationwide about scope of new Obama policy

    (Washington) - On Tuesday, August 30 at 10 a.m. (CT), Rep. Luis V. Gutierrez (D-IL) will hold a press conference with key Chicago leaders, pro-immigrant advocates, and immigrant families to follow-up on new deportation guidelines announced by the Obama Administration on August 18 and to warn immigrant communities about attempts to exploit or mislead them. The Congressman is the nation's leading advocate for changes to Obama's immigration enforcement policies, meeting with the President, fighting for reform legislation, traveling the country for rallies and hearing the stories of families being split apart. Now he wants to ensure that immigrants in Chicago and nationwide know the scope of the new policy and what it means for them and their loved ones.
    Read more here.
    -BoardWizard

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    There are clearly a number of reasons for doing this. Surely the most sinister of them is to capture your computer’s IP address so that the GOV can track your whereabouts, and monitor all of your internet activities.
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by OldE.:
    There are clearly a number of reasons for doing this. Surely the most sinister of them is to capture your computer’s IP address so that the GOV can track your whereabouts, and monitor all of your internet activities. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Gov doesn't need to trick you to fill out an application to find out what your IP is.

    Usually , that's a sort of thing the not very bright outside of computing skills hackers do, with no connection to gov records but big desire to play like a smarta.ss (more often than not they will send you a spoof or phishing email, try to get you click on the link to penetrate a virus and key-logger into your comp ,to trace your online activity and etc.).

    When Gov needs to obtain the info, all it needs to do is request it from your ISP and it will provide a record of up to one year of your online activity, not just your IP address.


    The latest report about all records being centralized can mean two things:

    1. The records, up to know, were disparate and no one ever bothered to check or cross check anything. You must feel pity for all those individuals who waited for years to get their name checks cleared before getting benefits. Apparently all that wait was for nothing.

    2. It is just the way to report that work is being done and improvements are made (even though all these functions were performed in past during extensive name check and IBIS record checks , despite report claiming to contrary, still, the newer system will allow for faster handling of petitions. No need to shuffle truckloads of paperwork across the country anymore. Everything will be neatly digitized and easily accessed without delays or losses in transit.

    Good improvement, bad journalism.
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    "...I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should 'make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibit

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