USCIS officers do not contact via social networks. Photo: Getty Images.
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) sent a fraud alert For those wishing to apply be able to migrate legally Contact is made for the American Federation and by social networks.
USCIS officials will never contact individuals looking to migrate to the U.S. via social media.
If you receive any offers of sponsorship via apps like Telegram, WhatsApp or Facebook, please report the user on the platform itself and the scam here: https://t.co/sY78vRrIeb
— USCIS (@USCIS) February 9, 2023
They never contact through social media
USCIS told that US agency officials will never contact through such platform as Telegram, Whatsapp or Facebook And in case of getting any kind of offer, you have to complain.
How to file a fraud complaint?
Want to migrate then you can login to the portal to file a complaint in case of fraud https://www.uscis.gov/scams-fraud-and-misconduct/avoid-scams/report-immigration-scams
can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Being a victim of a scam does not affect your immigration application
Citizenship and Immigration Services indicated that in the event of a victim of fraud, it It will not affect the immigration application or petition.
“Please help us stop the unauthorized practice of immigration law by standing up against scammers and reporting them.”
pardon letter to fraudulently enter the US
It should be noted that recently USCIS also called be careful with apologies For people who want to re-enter the United States after being in a US territory illegally.
she explained Excuse me cannot be requested or approved by a third person other than the fact that there are “lawyers” who collect the amount exorbitant amounts of money for this non-existent procedure; For more details, check the details here.