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USCIS service centers just switched support contractors and some workers are pretty unhappy. I wonder if this could cause delays for pending I-751s... See the following articles

Stanley revises pay, Sanders seeks probe. USCIS Service Center under new management

http://www.samessenger.com/index.php?optio...iew&id=2080

Job classifications also cause dissent at USCIS in Calif. Reorganization has some refusing to do certain work

http://www.samessenger.com/index.php?optio...iew&id=2138

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08/28/2004 Engaged

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03/28/2009 N-400 mailed to Lockbox

07/17/2009 Interview Denver USCIS office RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL

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USCIS service centers just switched support contractors and some workers are pretty unhappy. I wonder if this could cause delays for pending I-751s... See the following articles

Stanley revises pay, Sanders seeks probe. USCIS Service Center under new management

http://www.samessenger.com/index.php?optio...iew&id=2080

Job classifications also cause dissent at USCIS in Calif. Reorganization has some refusing to do certain work

http://www.samessenger.com/index.php?optio...iew&id=2138

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Capitalism at it's best -- "Rob from the poor and line the pockets of the rich !!"

Capitalism generally refers to an economic and social system in which the means of production are all or mostly privately owned and operated for profit, and in which investments, distribution, income, production and pricing of goods and services are determined through the operation of a market economy. It is usually considered to involve the right of individuals and groups of individuals acting as "legal persons" or corporations to trade capital goods, labor, land and money (see finance and credit). Capitalism has been dominant in the Western world since the end of feudalism, but some feel that the term "mixed economies" more precisely describes most contemporary economies, due to their containing both private-owned and state-owned enterprises, combining elements of capitalism and socialism, or mixing the characteristics of market economies and planned economies.

I can see some loosing their job if they work to rule and some will look for another job where they will not be used like this with wage cuts and bonus schemes.

I can see morale in the USCIS will tumble and sloppyness will increase, loads of cases could end up being delayed because this could lead to strikes by the workers over pay and conditions, what a farce this is, and I thought I'd left all this behind in the UK !! :whistle:

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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My question is why they are reducing wages after charging us such a huge fee increase?


08/28/2004 Engaged

09/22/2004 I-129F submitted

10/01/2004 I-129F Approved

12/15/2004 K1 Issued

12/30/2004 Arrival in US

02/19/2005 Married

01/30/2006 Conditional Green Card Approved

01/15/2008 Conditions Removed and 10 Year Card Issued

03/28/2009 N-400 mailed to Lockbox

07/17/2009 Interview Denver USCIS office RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL

08/28/2009 Naturalization Ceremony - US District Court - Denver, Colorado[/b][/u]

09/04/2009 Applied for passport

09/22/2009 Passport approved and mailed

09/24/2009 Passport received

08/26/2009 Naturalization Certificate and Name Change Petition arrive back from State Department

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