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A federal court has issued a temporary restraining order against U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for delays in printing employment authorization documents (EADs).
Background: The lawsuit was brought by several applicants who have waited months without receiving their EAD cards following approval of their applications, alleging they will lose their jobs and health insurance, and be unable to find work or support their families without proof of employment authorization. The USCIS Ombudsman recently acknowledged delays in printing EADs, as well as green cards, because USCIS ended a contract with the company that printed them.
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