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Earlier this year, Jane, a PhD student at Southern Methodist University, applied for an Exchange Visitor Visa waiver through the State Department’s Waiver Review Division.
Earlier this year, John submitted his 2019 tax return on paper and confirmed it was received by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in early March.
After getting her degree, Lisa owed about $70,000 in federal student loans. In 2017, Lisa filed an application with the Department of Education (DOE) to discharge her loans due to total and permanent disability. The application was approved, and Lisa’s loan balance became zero.
Earlier this year, David completed an online application to receive Social Security benefits in January. Soon after, he successfully submitted the necessary paperwork to his local Social Security office. Following the completion of his application, David waited patiently for an update to his application status.
After graduating from the University of Texas at Dallas, John received a job offer to start work in mid-July. John knew he would need a work permit before he could start working, so he sent an application to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in April, requesting expedited processing.
After receiving a job offer to work as a visiting assistant professor, Priyanka contacted United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to request an expedited application to receive her work permit.
After graduating from the University of Texas at Dallas, Neha applied for a work permit from United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to pursue Optional Practical Training (OPT), a program that allows international students to gain more work experience after their student visas expire.
Knowing that his employer health insurance benefits were expiring in July, John submitted an application to the Social Security Administration (SSA) to re-enroll in Medicare months in advance.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, Jill applied for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) to secure her small business’ future through financial difficulties brought on by the pandemic.
Early this year, Xinhui submitted an expedited request for a work permit from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Xinhui waited for months and even sent USCIS a letter of support from his employer, but he did not receive any update on his case.