USCIS has extended local office closures through June 3rd

Starting on March 18 and lasting until June 3rd, USCIS offices has temporarily suspended all in person services in all of its field offices across the country in an effort to slow down the spread of COVID-19. USCIS will be sending out notices of cancellation to all applicants and beneficiaries with appointments, interviews, and ceremonies who will be impacted by the closure of the offices. Once operations return to normal, USCIS will be rescheduling all appointments, interviews and ceremonies that were cancelled.

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