(WASHINGTON) — The Homeland Security Department is moving closer to ultimate immigration offerings workplaces out of doors the US, announcing it’s far expected to free up hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to cope with a backlog in domestic locations.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services spokeswoman Jessica Collins said Tuesday that the corporation is in preliminary discussions to shut places of work in 20 countries out of doors the US. There are about 70 employees in Great Britain, Mexico, South Africa, Italy, India, the Philippines, China, and other nations.
Collins says the employer will see paintings carefully with the State Department to avoid any interruptions to services in foreign places.
Organizations and Amnesty International and Human Rights First criticized the flow, pronouncing that last global workplaces would suggest fewer refugees’ services. The business enterprise says refugee processing won’t be affected.