Yesterday, the USCIS announced that it would begin to require in-person interviews as part of the I-485 process for persons being sponsored by an employer. For over ten (10) years these interviews have generally been waived unless there were issues such as criminal, unauthorized employment, periods of out of status, etc. Under the new policy, interviews will be required in all cases. For an agency that is already short of manpower and money, this change will likely result in delays of many years. Not to be too cynical but, this appears to have no purpose but, to be another attack on legal immigration and create another chilling effect.
I-485 Interviews for Employment Based Cases
By Mike Hammond|2017-08-29T20:49:07+00:00August 29th, 2017|Categories: Green Cards, US Immigration Policy|Tags: I-485 interviews|0 Comments
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