Recently the handling of civil immigration detainers by local law departments has been heavily scrutinized.
AILA Doc No. 01083001 | Dated August 31, 2001
30 Day – (c)(8) Initial (c)(3)(iv) Special Students
How to Read the CSC JIT Report
· "Case date" is comprised of the fiscal year (first two digits) and the number of the "work day" of the fiscal year (next three digits). "Work day" excludes Saturday, Sunday and holidays unless overtime is worked on those days.
· "Data entry" means the receipt date of the last case taken from the shelf and assigned to an officer as of the date of the JIT Report. It is essentially a translation of the "case date" into a calendar date. It does not mean that the case is adjudicated on that date. Therefore, to make an inquiry, you must wait 30 days from that date.
AJitDts – Updated 08/31/01/bjw
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
REGARDING RECEIPT NOTICES
We apologize for the delay in releasing this information. Due to a significant increase of incoming mail at the Service Center, your receipt notice, acknowledging acceptance of your application or petition, may be delayed.
We are expanding our fee receipting capabilities by adding more contract staff, additional data entry workstations and expanded hours of operation. The chart below indicates what applications/petitions are experiencing a delay and the approximate dates the mailroom is currently processing. We regret any inconvenience this situation has caused you. Please allow 5 – 7 business days from the date shown to actually receive your notice in the mail.
If your check or money order has not yet been cashed, please do not cancel it. Canceling your payment could result in the amount being processed as a bounced check and you may be issued a bill automatically with a $30.00 processing fee.
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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 01083001.