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The USCIS Electronic Reading Room provides access to information identified under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). We will update the Electronic Reading Room when documents are requested 3 or more times, or when we proactively identify documents likely requested for release.

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SAVE’s mission is to provide fast, secure and reliable immigration status information to assist benefit-granting agencies in maintaining their program integrity.
All Approvals, Denials, Completions, Approval Rate and Denial Rate
CRGT Inc, National Area and Transnational IT Operations and Next-Generation Support (NATIONS)
Contents include Legislative Language, Data Report, and USCIS Actions to Reduce Adjudication and Processing Times
Instructional presentation of the new H-1B electronic registration process in myUSCIS (for attorneys and representatives) hosted by USCIS on Feb. 11, 2020. This presentation provides information to attorneys and legal representatives who are completing the H-1B electronic registration on behalf of clients. It also provides clients with instructions on how to create an account in myUSCIS and review and approve the H-1B electronic registration and G-28 created by the attorney/legal representative.
Instructional presentation of the new H-1B electronic registration process in myUSCIS (for registrants) hosted by USCIS on Feb. 6, 2020. This presentation provides information to companies and organizations who are completing the H-1B electronic registration process without formal representation by an attorney or accredited representative.
Solution Technology Systems, Inc Biometrics Development, Security, and Operations (BDSO)
This data shows the totals and monthly breakdowns for calendar years 2016 through 2020 YTD.
USCIS Responses to Questions from the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.
USCIS Responses to Questions from the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.
About the Genealogy Program The USCIS Genealogy Program is a fee-for-service program that provides researchers with timely access to historical immigration and naturalization records of deceased immigrants. Order an Index Search or Record Request Check the Status of an Index Search or Record Request
Approximately 140,000 immigrant visas are available each fiscal year for aliens (and their spouses and children) who seek to immigrate based on their job skills. If you have the right combination of skills, education, and/or work experience and are otherwise eligible, you may be able to live permanently in the United States. The five employment-based immigrant visa preferences (categories) are listed below.
Attain, LLC Modernized DevSecOps and Analytics Services II (MDAS II)
The Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) generally issues non-precedent decisions. These apply existing law and policy to the facts of a given case. A non-precedent decision is binding on the parties involved in the case, but does not create or modify agency guidance or practice. We do not announce new constructions of law nor establish agency policy through non-precedent decisions. As a result, non-precedent decisions do not provide a basis for applying new or alternative interpretations of law or policy. Visit our Adopted AAO Decisions webpage or the U.S.
This module describes the general factual, legal and analytical considerations involved in constructing legally sufficient decisions.
This module introduces you to the International Religious Freedom Act (IRFA) and the responsibilities that the Act creates for adjudicating protection claims. The training you receive will also be useful in adjudicating immigration benefits, petitions, and other immigration-related requests. Through reading and discussing country conditions information, you will increase your awareness of religious freedom issues around the world. Through discussion and practical exercises, you will learn how to conduct an interview and adjudicate a claim with a religious freedom issue.
This module provides guidance on gender-related factors you must consider when interviewing and adjudicating claims related to gender, including claims based on violations of societal norms associated with gender.
This module discusses the definition of persecution and the determination as to whether an act constitutes persecution.
This module provides guidelines on the use of Country of Origin Information (COI) in adjudicating immigration benefits, petitions, protection determinations, and other immigration-related requests. Through demonstrations and computer-based practical exercises, you will gain experience in conducting COI research on the Intranet and Internet for use in adjudications.
This module outlines the importance of taking clear and comprehensive notes during the interview, the characteristics of proper notes, and procedures for proper note-taking.
This module describes the development of international protection of refugees and other individuals over the course of the 20th century and explains the role of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and other international actors in providing this protection. The module describes the elements of international protection, who is in need of international protection, and who provides international protection. Lastly, this module explains the role UNHCR plays in relation to the United States regarding U.S. refugee resettlement, asylum, and other protection issues.
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