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  • Writer's pictureClaudia Jasinsky

USCIS Hiring Additional Staff for New Service Center

USCIS announced that it is opening a new Service Center, which will focus on Humanitarian, Adjustment, Removing Conditions, and Travel Documents. The new service center aims to address some of the largest backlogs of pending cases, with an initial focus on I-601A waivers, U visas, Refugee/Asylee relative petitions, and VAWA.

USCIS has currently completed onboarding and staffing for about 150 positions, with plans to grow to a peak of 480 positions by August 2024.


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