Published by: The Economic Times - Date: September 02, 2021
The USCIS ombudsman's office is housed within the Department of Homeland Security but watches over the USCIS independently. You can open a case with them online. They are often successful where the USCIS bureaucracy fails because they can function as a neutral mediator.
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Published by: The Economic Times - Date: September 01, 2021
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“We have seen a very positive trend in the moderation in unnecessary hurdles. We see this trend all through legal immigration, not just H-1B visas. It’s not that we are not getting requests for evidence, it is that they are a lot more reasonable,” said Rajiv S Khanna, managing partner at immigration.com.
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