President Biden’s nominee to lead USCIS, Ur Jaddou, has set fiscal solvency, reduced backlogs, and a technological upgrade to the top of her list of goals for the agency. In addition, Jaddou will work to ensure that USCIS staff “have the resources, support, and leadership they need to carry out their roles,” she told the Senate Judiciary Committee during a hearing Wednesday. Before joining USCIS as chief counsel, she worked on immigration policy for Rep. Lofgren (D-CA), who chairs the House Judiciary’s immigration subcommittee, and as deputy assistant secretary for regional, global, and functional affairs in the State Dept’s Bureau of Legislative Affairs.

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Biden’s USCIS nominee sets goals for agency solvency and backlogs.