enhancements to make its website and online products easier to use on mobile devices. Visitors will find uscis.gov and the Spanish site uscis.gov/es easier to read and use because the content now automatically adjusts to fit the screen of a smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer. “As technology progresses, digital platforms can no longer take a one-size-fits-all approach,” said USCIS Director León Rodríguez. “We listened to our customers. Significant numbers access our site and services through mobile devices. These changes will make a big difference in improving their online experience.” The agency’s move to mobile-responsive design includes the E-Verify program, as well as USCIS’ new digital assistant Emma. These improvements are part of a USCIS commitment to use technology and innovation to meet the evolving needs of its customers, and a step toward a fully electronic immigration system. As you may be aware, National Consumer Protection Week has just passed (March 6-12, 2016). To avoid becoming a victim of an immigration scam, the USCIS suggests making sure the person helping you is authorized to give legal advice on immigration matters. To learn more, you can visit https://www.uscis.gov/avoid-scams. If you have any further questions on E-Verify and how it may affect your organization, our team is happy to help.]]>
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