The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is searching for remarks from the public on how U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can minimize boundaries that stop each U.S. and overseas resident from acquiring access to the full assortment of legally available immigration services and benefits. DHS posted a Request for Public Input in the Federal Register looking for the public’s input on limitations to USCIS advantages and services, along with however not constrained to adjustment of status, naturalization, H-1B nonimmigrant status, refugee status, asylum, and parole. A central intention of the Request for Public Input is to promote equity, above all via decreasing administrative burdens, undue complexity, useless confusion, and processing and waiting times. This announcement is a section of the Department’s dedication to fulfill the promise of President Biden’s Feb. 2, 2021, Executive Order 14012, “Restoring Faith in Our Legal Immigration Systems and Strengthening Integration and Inclusion Efforts for New Americans,” which directs accountable Federal corporations to pick out techniques that promote inclusion and perceive obstacles that impede access to immigration benefits. The public may also post comments, recognized through docket number USCIS-2021-0004, and through the Federal eRulemaking Portal. Comments submitted in a manner different than the one listed in the Federal Register, inclusive of e-mails or letters dispatched to DHS or USCIS officials, might also not be reviewed.