Monday, November 5, 2018

USCIS ANNOUNCES THE TERMINATION OF SELF-SCHEDULED INFOPASS APPOINTMENTS


In 2019, the USCIS plans to expand its Information Services Modernization Program throughout the US. This expansion will end self-scheduled InfoPass appointments and instead applicants will use the USCIS website to view general how-to information, access processing times, check case status, and other information about the processing of immigration cases.

The USCIS states that the transition to the Information Services Modernization Program has already improved the delivery of emergency services which can only be provided in person. USCIS surveys and data determined that most people scheduling InfoPass appointments could obtain the same information by calling the USCIS or checking the USCIS website. 

Going forward, when the USCIS customer service representative online or on the phone determines an in-person appointment is necessary, the customer service representative will schedule the appointment for the applicant.  

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  5. Hi Daisy, Welcome to the US! My comments:
    1. that should be fine, but make sure that she is back in April 19.
    2. yes- always report the address change. https://www.uscis.gov/addresschange

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    1. Yes- wait until you have the physical green card.

      Safe travels to your daughter.

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    1. In that case you can send her the green card once it is produced, but again, my recommendation is that she waits.

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  14. Sir, is there any risks entering the US again if I mail her the greencard instead of her waiting to get her greencard here in the US? thank you for patiently answering Sir. i really appreciate it!

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    1. The only risk is if the card is lost in the mail.

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  15. thank you so much for answering Sir!

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