Policy Brief: How USCIS Can Dismantle the Invisible Wall Slowing Case Adjudication
AILA offers a policy brief with recommendations for administrative actions that USCIS can take to improve its efficiency in adjudications, including reinstituting the 2004 “deference” policy, eliminating mandatory in-person interview requirements for routine cases, reusing biometrics and waiving the biometrics requirement for certain groups, issuing RFEs and NOIDs more judiciously, and more.
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