ST. ALBANS — More than 150 new jobs are coming to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration and Service Center offices in Vermont.
The Vermont service center has offices in St. Albans and Essex. Dan Renaud of the center says the additional full-time positions are part of a regular re-evaluation of staffing needs.
The St. Albans Messenger reports the service center has 710 workers between the two locations. It is authorized for 873 positions.
Renaud said the center has been hiring since July. He expects to hire about 150 more employees before the end of the federal fiscal year in September.
He said the center is projecting an increase in application volume.
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