Distribute the current caseload between TSC, CSC, VSC and NSC.
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According to the Department of Homeland security, in 2013 there were 61,052,260 Nonimmigrant Admissions to the United States. There are four service centers to handle all of this traffic. Each service center has specific visas that they process, therein lies the problem. The country is divided between these centers based on geographic location and visa type.
Throughout the year their workload varies and by not moving the amount of work around, each center gets backlogged way past the estimated processing times. Instead of USCIS addressing this issue, the applicants are left in the dark, wondering where USCIS is in the process of their petition. Each update on the website is meant to inform citizens, but it instead leaves them frustrated that the updates are months old.
We are asking that USCIS address the difference in process times between centers and for them to take action so the current workload is distributed fairly so petitioners can receive their visa within the estimated time frame.
The petitioners that are waiting are your friends, family and next-door neighbors. They are students at universities, visitors to the United States, family members, wives, husbands, fiance's of US Citizens.
Please help be their voice in this journey.
Let USCIS know that they need to fix the broken system in place.
Tweet them @USCIS #helpTSC
Please share your personal stories to: firstname.lastname@example.org or @helpTSC
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