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Archived from our former blog, The Beacon.

Stay in touch with USCIS: Change Your Address
Do you have a case pending with USCIS, and you recently moved? Remember to change your address to continue receiving notices and documents related to your case. Even if...
Turkey Day in an Immigrant Home
(By Jeff Carter, Office of Communications)My name is Jeff Carter, and I work in the Office of Communications. In my home, Thanksgiving Day means travel, family,...
Attention Workers and Job Seekers — Let myE-Verify work for you!
 Are you currently working or looking for a job in the United States? If so, myE-Verify can help you! How? myE-Verify provides great features: Self Check: Verify...
We Asked Immigrant Veterans: What Did Becoming a U.S. Citizen Mean to You?
This Veterans Day, we asked our colleagues who are both immigrants and veterans what becoming a U.S. citizen meant to them. We received a different answer from each...
Honoring Service: Veterans Who Became USCIS Employees - Vanessa Hansen
If you ask Vanessa Hansen why she joined the Air Force, she'd tell you she felt a need to give back to the country that provided her family with asylum from Nicaragua....
Summary of USCIS Twitter Office Hours on Nov. 3
We held the third live question-and-answer session hosted on Twitter called USCIS Twitter Office Hours on Nov. 3 to answer your questions about immigration benefits and...
Honoring Service: Veterans Who Became USCIS Employees - Ely Borjal
The following is an interview with Ely Borjal, a veteran and employee at USCIS. Borjal spent 21 years in the United States Navy and attained the rank of chief warrant...
Honoring Service: Veterans Who Became USCIS Employees - Ivan Gutierrez
Ivan Gutierrez is a management and program analyst in the Los Angeles Field Office and a Marine Corps veteran. He is also a naturalized U.S. citizen. Gutierrez came to...
Recap of October USCIS Twitter Office Hours
On Oct. 6, we hosted the second USCIS Twitter Office hours to answer your questions about immigration benefits and other services that our agency provides.We were able...
Form I-9 "E-mail Address" Field Helps Employees
Your employer is required to have you complete "Section 1." of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, when you start a new job. It includes an optional field...

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