Routine services provided in person to immigrants by the Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) at its field, asylum and local application assistance centers (ASC) offices finally resume tomorrow, Thursday, June 4.
The agency reported that it will follow the protocols of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to protect its staff and the public. So the migratory efforts in their facilities will no longer be as before.
The closure affected tens of thousands of people expecting immigration benefits, such as extensions of status, work permits, green cards or green cards, and US citizenship, including those with interview appointments, biometric services, and naturalization ceremonies. .
Once the USCIS facilities open, the agency will reduce the number of appointments and interviews to guarantee social distancing, give cleaning time and reduce the occupation of waiting rooms, the federal entity reported