USCIS Public Survey Results


Results from a public survey by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (the “USCIS”) which were released this summer, demonstrate a need for improvement in immigration services in several areas.

Survey respondents came from a broad background, including employees using immigrant or non-immigrant visas, employers, immigration lawyers, and law enforcement professionals (with the largest percentage composed of visa-holding employees at 42 percent).

Among other objectives, the survey was intended to reveal those areas where respondents saw the greatest need for improvement in services.

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