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Online Immigration Service Overloaded in Some Regions

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Online Immigration Service Overloaded in Some Regions

Online Immigration Service Overloaded in Some Regions

Online Immigration Service Overloaded in Some Regions

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Immigrants who need to get their passport stamped, or other in-person services, used to stand in line at local immigration offices — a tedious and often inefficient process. The federal government's InfoPass online system allows users to schedule appointments from home. But in some regions, the program can't handle all the people.

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