USCIS presents “Protecting Customers from Immigration Scams” session for NCPW

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) invites you to participate in a national stakeholder engagement on Wednesday, March 5, 2014 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Central) to discuss immigration services scams and how to protect yourself and those you serve.

In recognition of National Consumer Protection Week, USCIS will highlight common immigration services scams and provide tips on how to avoid becoming a victim. Presenters will discuss their efforts to combat immigration services scams and to identify best practices to safeguard their communities. Following the discussion, USCIS officials and other presenters will answer questions from in-person and telephonic participants.

To register for this session online:

Please visit our registration page to confirm your participation. Be sure to provide your full name and organization by following the steps below:

Enter your email address and select “Submit”

Select “Subscriber Preferences”

Select the “Event Registration” tab

Complete the questions and select “Submit”

Once your registration is processed, you will receive a confirmation email with additional details.

If you have any questions regarding the registration process, or if you have not received a confirmation email within two business days, please email us at Public.Engagement@uscis.dhs.gov.

To Join the Session in Person:

Dallas District Office

6500 Campus Circle Drive East

Irving, Texas 75063

On the day of the session, please be sure to bring government-issued photo identification and plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early in order to pass through security.

We look forward to engaging with you!

 

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