According to government statements, 15 million visa seekers from abroad will be affected by the newly intensified USCIS social media monitoring policy.
Immigration officials are now asking for an immigrant applicant's most previous five years of social media history.
However, this does NOT mean their review will be restricted to five years.
So if you ever plan to trying to win permanent residence or U.S. citizenship, you have a choice. No matter how far in the future that day may be.
You can engage in social media discussions responsibly. Or you can share whatever you fancy. Just be aware others are paying attention.
Recommended Links For More Information:
The USCIS Fraud Checklist: Green Card Applicants Under Review
What You Need To Know For K-1 Fiancé Visa Interview Success