USCIS Prepares to Resume Public Services June 4 – Immigration


United States: USCIS prepares to resume public services on June 4

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Although some offices are temporarily closed, USCIS continues to provide limited in-person emergency services. As services begin to reopen, offices will reduce the number of appointments and interviews “to ensure social distancing, allow time for cleaning and reduce occupancy in waiting rooms.” USCIS said: “If you are feeling ill, please do not come to your appointment. Follow the instructions on your appointment notice to reschedule your appointment when you are well. there is no penalty for rescheduling your appointment if you are sick.”

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