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Hi, I'm Jim Hacking. Immigration Lawyer practicing law throughout the United States at our office here in St. Louis, Missouri, as we've said on many videos, the people running USCIS are a bunch of clowns. They're trying to drive the agency into the ground. They've moved money out of a USCIS processing and put it into enforcement. And as I said, on many of these videos, they're sitting around and thinking about ways to screw immigrants and their latest trick is just approving cases, but not actually issuing the Green Cards.

Now, they issued some explanation that the contractor that they were using to produce work cards and Green Cards that they terminated that contract and that they thought they were going to be able to bring it in-house. And apparently it's been just a complete and utter fiasco. But you know what? The people that are running USCS like fiascos, they like immigrants suffering. They like the fact that you're not getting your Green Card. And so it's all illegal. It's all purposeful. It's all disgusting. And it's all a breach of the promise that they make when they accept your filing fees.

So you should be mad, you should be outraged. And you should know that it's because of the person occupying the White House and the decisions that he's made in appointing these people who have no business running an agency as big and as complex as USCIS to run that agency. The agency's really been gutted and they're losing a lot of good people and it's just really, really bad. So if you haven't gotten your Green Card, you're probably going to need to start calling and tracking and trying to track it down.

Now, the other problem too, is that they're slowing down the postal service. The president is worried about his reelection chances. He thinks that if he can stop mail-in voting, that that's going to help his chances to get reelected. And so he's literally taking mail sorting machines out of mail processing centers. And that of course affects not just the ballots, but it also affects checks to senior citizens and medicine for veterans. And it also affects immigrants waiting for their Green Card. So it's really a collection of problems that are really complex. I think you're just going to have to be patient. And there's not that much you can do to get your Green Card faster.

I do say that if you have an approval notice, and if you can prove to your employer, that you are now a lawful permanent resident with your approval notice, you might be able to get by starting work with that. You shouldn't be penalized just because these clowns can't issue a goddamn Green Card. So, if you have questions about this, give us a call at (314) 961-8200. You can email us at [email protected]. Be sure to join us in our Facebook group, it's called Immigrant Home. And if you liked this video, we ask you to please share it out on social and that you subscribe to our YouTube channel, so that you get updates whenever we make videos, just like this one. Thanks a lot. Have a great day.

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