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AILA Policy Brief RE: Processing Delays

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I've seen references to a recent AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) policy brief, but hadn't seen anyone post a link to it so here it is: 


Name: AILA Policy Brief: USCIS Processing Delays Have Reached Crisis Levels Under the Trump Administration

Date Published: January 30, 2019 

Link: https://www.aila.org/infonet/aila-policy-brief-uscis-processing-delays


It doesn't have good news for all of us trying to patiently wait out this process, but it is good to be informed and may be worthwhile resource to share with your local congressperson or senator. 


Stay positive all, we are on this journey together! 

Edited by wordsfromdani

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