Message from AILA:

USCIS announced that on December 19, 2016, it began sending some Forms I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, filed by applicants with a pending asylum application from the Nebraska Service Center and the Texas Service Center to the Potomac Service Center in order to balance workloads. USCIS also changed the direct filing address for Form I-140 cases requesting premium processing with a worksite location in Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, or Tennessee.

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