SAIC is pursuing a new opportunity supporting the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Application Support Centers (ASC). Work is contingent upon award in 2023.
ASC’s collect applicant biometric and biographical data (e.g. digital fingerprints, photographs, and signatures) for processing for applicants seeking certain immigration benefits. Biometric and biographic data is used to conduct criminal background checks prior to USCIS making a determination whether to grant immigration benefits to applicants. Applicants make a formal request to USCIS by filing an application with an established processing fee and appropriate documentation. USCIS provides applicants with immigration and related services to support the legal and regulatory requirements of the application process through its headquarters, regional and district offices, service centers, and application support centers.
USCIS services include:
Once an applicant is approved, the applicant is issued a document, e.g., a Permanent Resident Card, Employment Authorization Document, Re-Entry Document, Naturalization Certificate, or other document(s). All issued documents with the exception of the Naturalization Certificate have an expiration date. Applicants must re-apply at specified intervals to renew documents and continue immigration benefits.
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Positions are contingent upon award, anticipated to occur in 2023.