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Expand EAD automatic 180-days extension to more categories

Since January 17, 2017, USCIS is automatically extending only 15 out of 57 categories of expiring EADs for up to 180 days for those who have applied for renewal.

Considering the current unsustainable situation for EAD holders due to longer processing time, I'd like for you to consider extending this decision to more categories of EAD (for example: H4, L2, F1 visa holders), so more legal immigrants currently working would... more »

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Implement premium processing for form I-765 (EAD)

Countless of legal immigrant are facing longer processing time for renewing their form I-765 (EAD) taking more than 6-months. As a majority of EAD renewals do not fall in the automatic 180-days renewal categories, and newly requested EAD receipt notices do not grant work authorization the only option for applicants is to try an expedite request.

The recent health crisis has put a stress on USCIS finances and processing... more »

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Allow immigrants to work with USCIS I-765 receipt notice

Due to the current health crisis, USCIS processing times are taking longer than it did. EAD documents were usually delivered in up to 90 days but they currently take up to 12+ months to be processed.

Allowing employers to validate I-9 with an USCIS I-765 renewal or new receipt notice would allow immigrants to jump start on working while waiting for their EAD to be processed. This would certainly reduce the number of... more »

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Use the National guard to help buy food from farmers and distribute it to the nations food banks.

The National Guard has the ability to help pick, send food to processors, process(if needed using existing facilities), and ship foods (processed or not) to food banks around the country and set up warehouses for excess processed foods like canned vegetables, dry beans, wheat, lentils, etc.

It is a national tragedy and shame that so much food is being plowed under and left to rot at a time when so many are out of work... more »

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Crisis level USCIS processing delays for H4 and H4EAD impacting 93,000 skilled immigrant women across the country. Losing jobs, health insurance, and even basic ability to renew drivers license. This is a humanitarian crisis. Please resolve this issue by introducing premium processing, allow us to work on receipt notices until USCIS delays were cleared. Please help us.

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