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https://www.ice.gov/doclib/news/guidelines-civilimmigrationlaw.pdf guidance will become effective in sixty (60) days, on November 29, 2021. It immediately occurs to me this would seem to take the pressure off immediate family adjustment of status petitions by citizens to file before the beneficiary’s I-94 expires. It will also allow most illegal aliens to avail themselves of domestic commercial aviation as referrals by TSA to CBP would not have any effect. Not sure about the impact on internal border checkpoints within 100 miles of the border.
I received a call today from a person that said his name is 'Ryan Reese.' He identified himself as someone calling from USCIS to inform me about this supposed complaint against me/my case. Then he asked if the embassy had tried to contact me (I haven't interacted with the US Embassy based in my country since 2018 when I moved here.) The only reason I picked up this call is because my iPhone showed the caller ID as 'US GOVT DEPT OF.' Later, I researched the number 313-568-6049. It appears that this is ICE's number. So this is the 1st contradictory information: Why would this person identify themself as an USCIS employee, if they are calling for ICE? The tone and manners of the person didn't seem professional either. He kept arguing saying 'You don't understand the severity of how this can affect your immigration case' and towards the end of the call he even declare 'I'll be sending an officer to your address today.' I decided to not volunteer any information, I kept asking for a letter or a ticket # to call back later (I was in the middle of my workday.) I'm still startled by this conversation. But I know there isn't anything wrong with my case and/or relationship with my husband. However, I would like to hear if someone has received this kind of call. Or, if they call before being visited by ICE.