Immigrant Students Can Spell, USCIS Can’t

Anyone who has watched the U.S. (Scripps) National Spelling Bee knows that the finalists are almost all children of immigrant parents (Indian-Americans alone have accounted for 10 of the last 14 first place finishers). Perhaps the USCIS should hire one of these kids to review it’s EB-5 Immigrant Investor Regional Centers List so that can learn how to spell “Massachusetts” (not “Massachusets”!) and “Pennsylvania” (not “Pennslylvania”!). Ugh.

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  1. Michael Piston says

    By all means let us gloat at USCIS’s embarrassing errors, since as we all know immgiration attorenys never make misakes.

    • says

      Well, for government workers to spell U.S. states wrong on a public document is pretty bad, don’t you think? Anyway, I’ve decided to take this posting down because the USCIS has been handling EB-5 cases very much better since former Director Mayorkas moved the EB-5 unit from California to Washington, D.C.

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