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Despite being under investigation, Alejandro Mayorkas testified today on becoming the next deputy secretary for the Department of Homeland Security. Mayorkas said that claims he exercised undue influence on cases in his agency, U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services, are false.
Mayorkas leads the agency within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security charged with operating the largest immigration system in the world.
The Federal Drive talks to the director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services about its new and long-awaited electronic system. Plus, we continue our series on the Service to America Medal finalists and learn about a "stock market" for fish.
After years of planning and months of delays, USCIS will launch its online portal, ELIS, on Tuesday. But the portal will only be open to a fraction of benefit seekers while the agency works out the kinks.
USCIS Director Alejandro Mayorkas gives an update on the Transformation initiative.
DHS, DOJ and FTC collaborate with state and local partners in and unprecedented effort. DHS's Alejandro Mayorkas explains how it works.
Immigrants and other job seekers in five states and the District of Columbia with questions about their eligibility to work in the United States can now use a government database to verify their own status. USCIS Director Alejandro Mayorkas explains how it all works.