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If USCIS is self sufficient (meaning that the funding needed to run it is obtained by application fees, etc.), why not provide more jobs and process applications faster? 

I have been told that the only reason why it takes so long is too many applications and not enough people processing them. 

Self sufficient- When the US government shut down happened, I asked how long it would add to processing times and I was informed that it wouldn't affect USCIS due to it being self funding. 


Also, why do some processing centers take a lot longer than others? I would have though, probably naively so, that in 2019 computers would make this process whereby all the centers can work off of one database.


I think the wait has caused too much thinking on this. 

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