If you have an immigration case pending, you may have noticed that your case is taking much longer than you thought it would. Traditionally, a processing delay is the result of missing information or documentation in a case. However, under the Trump administration, there may be a different answer. Case processing delays are currently affecting all types of cases adjudicated by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”). There seems to be no rhyme or reason. Cases are just moving substantially slower. Some are even referring to the delays as “crisis-level.” Recently, Congress got involved in the inquiry into what is causing these delays. No changes have been implemented to date to fix the issue. However, Elizabeth Cuenca, P.A. is staying vigilant to monitor client cases. If you have questions about your long pending case, Elizabeth Cuenca, P.A., Immigration lawyer in Tampa, FL., can shed light on the situation.