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USCIS Tampa Field Office Now Permits Cell Phones in the Building

Posted: May 6th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Sarasota Immigrants | No Comments »

The USCIS Tampa Field Office has not permitted cell phones in its
building for years due to security concerns. Recently, they changed
their policy.

The new policy has four requirements:

1. Cell phones must be set to vibrate when a person enter USCIS (the phone should not ring in the building);

2. Cell phones must be turned OFF during interviews;

3. Cell phone cameras may not be used with the exception of taking
photographs of naturalization proceedings; and, finally,

4. Persons speaking on cell phones should speak in low volumes when using cell phones so as not to disturb others.

In many cases, waiting times for interviews at the Tampa Field Office
can be an hour or longer. Having a cell phone available makes the
waiting time much more tolerable.

Bravo to the USCIS for changing its policy!

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Written by Chris Jaensch

Chris Jaensch

Attorney P. Christopher Jaensch received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History in 1992 and a Juris Doctor degree in 1995 from the University of Florida. While at UF, he was a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa Society and Florida Blue Key, the oldest and most prestigious leadership honorary in the state of Florida.

Mr. Jaensch is a member of the Florida Bar, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Sarasota Bar Association. He has served as President of the Sarasota-Manatee International Trade Club and served as Regional Vice Chair, Tampa Bay, for the Central Florida Chapter of AILA. He was a member of City of Sarasota Charter Review Committee and has been active in several local organizations, including the influential Laurel Park Neighborhood Association in downtown Sarasota.

Mr. Jaensch has over 18 years of experience in the field of immigration and nationality law and focuses his practice on four primary categories (a) investors and entrepreneurs, (b) business executives, managers and professionals, (c) amateur and professional athletes and coaches and (d) performing artists and immigrants with extraordinary ability.

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