Update: USCIS to Reopen to Public on June 4th

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A NY Federal District Court ordered that USCIS must stop applying the “public charge” rule, which is essentially a wealth test for all green card applicants. USCIS has said that it will fully comply with the court’s order and will provide additional guidance. This order is n ...

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