USCIS Suspends in-Person Services Due to the Coronavirus

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By: Angelita Chavez-Halaka; Armando Escobedo; Gladys Gervacio

Summary

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it will extend its suspension of routine in-person services through April 7, 2020, or until further notice, effective immediately. This includes biometrics appointments, adjustment of status and naturalization interviews, and oath ceremonies for naturalization.

What to Expect

  • USCIS will be sending notices to those impacted with new appointment dates
  • USCIS will continue to perform mission-essential services that do not involve in-person contact
  • USCIS will provide emergency services on a limited basis
  • Individuals with InfoPass appointments should reschedule through the USCIS Contact Center when the field offices re-open to the public

We will continue to monitor coronavirus-related updates to USCIS policy.

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To learn more about measures USCIS is taking related to the coronavirus or to subscribe to our newsletter, please email us at info@chugh.com. We recommend sharing this alert with interested parties.

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