• Nataliia Drannik

USCIS’ Closure of Public Facing Functions Extended until at least May 3, 2020

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, USCIS has limited its public facing operations to only emergency services through May 3, 2020.

USCIS provided the following guidance:

Applicants and petitioners with scheduled interview appointments and naturalization ceremonies will receive a relevant notice.

Asylum interviews will be canceled and rescheduled automatically. Upon rescheduling a new notice specifying the new time, date and location of the interview will be issued and sent to the applicants.

Application support centers (biometrics) appointments will be automatically rescheduled, and a relevant letter will be sent via mail.

For InfoPass and other appointments rescheduling, individuals must reschedule themselves through the USCIS Contact Center for May 4, 2020 or upon resuming a normal operation of local field offices.

USCIS states it will continue to provide further updates as the situation develops.

Contact us today for more information regarding how COVID-19 related interruptions to U.S. immigration processes affect your business or your family.


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