One of the biggest issues that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services has had when it comes to applications for matters related to immigration is the amount of time it is taking to process the forms. Many people who have submitted forms and applications feel left in the dark and uncertain when they don’t know how long it will take for them to find out the status of their applications, which is entirely understandable. The USCIS has recently announced that it has created a webpage that will provide people with information regarding how long it will take for the USCIS to process a form that they have submitted. It is important to note that this is currently only going to be applicable for four forms in the initial pilot program. However, if the program is successful, it may be expanded to other forms. The current pilot test showing processing times is available for the following forms:
- Form N-400, which is an Application for Naturalization
- Form I-90, which is an Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card
- Form I-485, which is the Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status
- Form I-751, which is the Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence
If you have questions about USCIS forms, contact our firm today.
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