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"Docket Control - U.S. Immigration"
Definition: The USCIS (former INS) mechanism for tracking the case status of potentially removable aliens.
Pronunciation: dock-ett kun-tro-l
Examples: Jose was an illegal alien who married an American woman. Through docket control, the USCIS found out that Jose's case was ready to be reviewed.
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