USCIS Offices Set to Reopen June 4, 2020

As you most likely already know, USCIS decided to temporarily close off the spread of all field offices, application support centers, and asylum offices to curtail the spread on the new coronavirus (COVID-19) since March 18. While until recently, there was no end in sight, fortunately, USCIS has recently announced that it will be reopening these services to the public starting June 4, 2020.

Upon reopening, USCIS will send all applicants and petitioners notices who had their initial appointments delayed as a result of the virus. If you are someone who had your asylum interview moved, you will receive a notice with the time, date, and place of your rescheduled interview with USCIS asylum offices.

If you had an ASC appointment or a naturalization ceremony canceled, you will receive rescheduled dates for those events in the mail as well. Finally, if you are someone with an InfoPass or another appointment, you will have to reschedule manually through the USCIS Contact Center after June 4, 2020.

If you have any additional questions regarding your immigration status here in the United States and how it may be affected by the new coronavirus, please do not hesitate to give our knowledgeable Wisconsin immigration attorneys a call. We know that these are turbulent times, however, we can now finally see a light at the end of the tunnel. Give us a call today to learn more about how we can help you through every step of the immigration process.

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