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AILA Doc. No. 21041630 | Dated April 19, 2021 | File Size: 239 KDownload the Document
USCIS request for public input on how USCIS can reduce administrative and other barriers and burdens within its regulations and policies, including those that prevent foreign citizens from easily obtaining access to immigration services and benefits. Comments are due May 19, 2021. (86 FR 20398, 4/19/21)
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
[CIS No. 2684-21; Docket No. USCIS-2021-0004]
Identifying Barriers Across U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Benefits and Services; Request for Public Input
AGENCY: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, DHS.
ACTION: Request for public input.
Editor’s Note: In an apparent error, the comment due date for this request for public input is indicated as April 19, 2021, in the Federal Register. A press statement issued by USCIS, however, notes that the comment due date is May 19, 2021. A correction clarifying that the comment due date is 5/19/21 was published in the Federal Register on 4/26/21.
Submit a Comment: Use AILA’s template comment to submit feedback to ensure that USCIS remains true to its statutory mission to provide a service-oriented, fair, and efficient adjudication system—the one that Congress envisioned and that the public deserves.
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