USCIS Is Already Processing 7 Million Immigration-Related Requests Annually—Before Obama’s Amnesty

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The agency of the federal government that will be responsible for implementing President Obama’s executive amnesty, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, is already required to process millions of petitions and requests on an annual basis. Donald Neufeld, a USCIS official, testified at an oversight hearing before the Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest this afternoon about the full extent of the agency’s massive workload, which does not yet include cases generated by the president’s newest executive actions.

“USCIS administers the world’s largest immigration system that includes more than 100 immigrant and nonimmigrant visa classifications and more than 200 different forms and applications,” Neufeld said. “In [fiscal year] FY2014, USCIS adjudicated nearly 7 million petitions and requests.”