USCIS immigration processing delays: “Trump effect”

#VisaCoach Video on USCIS immigration processing delays: “Trump effect” gen89

Why is my case taking so long? Starting in 2017 and continuing through 2018, after Executive order by President Trump USCIS is conducting vigorous enforcement and extreme vetting of all cases. Increased workload, but without corresponding staff increases has caused extensive backlogs. At VisaCoach we call this the ‘Trump Effect’

Fiance visa, spouse visa and adjustment of status applications all
first go through USCIS. last year about this time USCIS was
performing very quickly to accomplish their initial processing
of cases. In general fiance and spouse visa cases consistently
zoomed through the USCIS review in roughly two to three months.
Green cards sometimes took 7 to 9 months and often the
Green Card interviews (especially front loaded VisaCoach applications)
were waived.
http://imm.guru/trumpdelays

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