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07 January 2013

Introducing the USCIS Policy Manual

Today USCIS is beginning the transition toward an online, centralized manual of immigration policies by releasing the first volume of the new USCIS Policy Manual.  This follows an unprecedented, agency-wide review of USCIS policies, and incorporates feedback from thousands of agency employees, customers and stakeholders.

The complete USCIS Policy Manual will comprise several volumes, each dealing with different areas of immigration, including citizenship and naturalization, protection and parole, adjustment of status, admissibility, refugees and asylum, waivers, and travel and employment. The new Policy Manual will ultimately replace USCIS’ current Adjudicators Field Manual, or AFM, and the current USCIS Immigration Policy Memoranda website.

For more information, see our website.


At February 7, 2013 at 1:11:00 PM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have recently found out that coming March 1, 2013 the Embassy in kingston Jamaica will be close for individuals who are being file for. That those individuals would travel to another country for a filing interview. I am really concern about this situation because Jamaica is a poor country how would they be able to afford it to pay money to go to another country for plane fair and hotel and food and bare in mind they can be deny for what ever reasons and the family spend so much money filing. Please do look into this situation and consider please.


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