Recently I've been getting a lot of immigrants asking why cases filed later are getting approved faster than theirs. So in the video, I break down the reasons why this is happening and address the frustrations so many of you are experiencing.
The video dives into the "last in, first out" rule instituted by the Trump administration, its impact on asylum applicants, and how it has inadvertently caused newer applications to be processed faster. It further highlights the rapid processing of cases like marriage-based green cards, VAWA, and parent cases in contrast to older applications.
I discuss USCIS's efforts to speed up processing times, the assignment of different workloads to various officers and offices, and how this has resulted in two different "tracks" when it comes to case processing speeds. The video is intended to provide clarity on why some cases filed later might be getting approved faster and discusses how USCIS is working towards reducing the growing caseload backlog!
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