USCIS News on December 7, 2022
USCIS releases “New Data on Effective Reduction of Backlogs, Support for Humanitarian Missions, and Fiscal Responsibility” today, Dec. 7, 2022, showing its substantial efforts, which have been made and will be made, to reduce the backlog and speed up case handlings. (https://www.uscis.gov/newsroom/news-releases/uscis-releases-new-data-on-effective-reduction-of-backlogs-support-for-humanitarian-missions-and). The release also notes that “Congress allowed nearly 6,400 EB-5 visa numbers to carry over to FY 2023” in its PDF attachment of “Fiscal Year 2022 Progress Report” on page 4 (see below).
Therefore, it can be projected that relevant petitions or applications submitted will be adjudicated much sooner than before.
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