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The Immigration Service Can't Afford to Print Green Cards

Posted by Richard J. Tasoff | Jul 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

Reported in the Washington Post on July 9, 2020 the Citizenship and Immigration Services has shut down the printing of resident cards and employment authorization documents.   Two indispensable documents that show that a foreigner is legally in the United States and critical to obtaining other documents such as driver liscence, Social Security number, bank accounts, and work.  The Citizenship and Immigration Services blame financial cocerns for not renewing the contract with the company that manufactures the secure plastic cards.  According to the agency there is approximately 50,000 resident cards and 75,000 employment authorization documents that have not been printed!

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Richard J. Tasoff

Senior Partner Richard J. Tasoff is a senior partner in Tasoff & Tasoff, one of the oldest "AV" rated (highest Martindale-Hubbell rating) law firms in Los Angeles specializing in immigration law. Richard, a Certified Specialist in Immigration & Nationality Law (State Bar of California Board of L...


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