AILA Policy Brief on Shifting USCIS Priorities

The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) recently published a policy brief highlighting the systematic changes the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in how it interacts with its customers. USCIS was established by Congress in 2002 through the Homeland Security Act. Its mission was to be an effective and efficient administration of immigration benefits. However, in recent years USCIS has enacted policy that not only distances itself from the customers it serves, but also makes it harder for USCIS customers to provide feedback. In this AILA policy brief, AILA members provide commentary, recommendations, and solutions for USCIS to restructure itself into the transparent and efficient agency it was intended to be.

For More Information:

View AILA's Policy Brief here.

Information gathered from AILA Doc. No. 21021236.

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