Associated Press: Immigration Officials Prepare for Possible Obama Policy Changes

According to a draft contract posted online earlier this month, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is searching for a vendor to provide enough cardstock to print millions of work permits and permanent resident cards, also known as green cards. The Associated Press reports that the contract calls for a company with the capacity to print as many as 34 million green cards over five years, roughly double the current volume. Details about President Obama’s impending immigration plan remain unclear, but the head of USCIS, which will be responsible for instituting many of the reforms, said Tuesday that the agency will be prepared. “We’re going to be ready,” Rodríguez told NBC News.

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