USCIS has plans to roll out a system that allows customers to self-reschedule biometrics appointments online without contacting the National Contact Center, according to attendees of the recent Spring AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) conference. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) now requires users to contact the USCIS Contact Center by phone to reschedule biometric services appointments scheduled at a USCIS Application Support Center. Previous to the phone appointments, applicants had to submit requests in writing to reschedule their biometrics appointments.
To reschedule a biometrics appointment with USCIS, applicants must provide a valid reason and call before the original appointment’s date and time. Not calling before the scheduled appointment or failing to give a proper reason may lead USCIS to treat the application, petition, or request as abandoned, which can result in denial. “Good cause” for rescheduling a biometrics appointment includes:
As part of President Biden’s commitment to reform immigration, USCIS is committed to simplifying and streamlining the immigration process.
We’ll let you know when the new USCIS system goes into effect!
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