USCIS Offices To Reopen ‘On or After June 4’
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced they are readying offices to reopen on or after June 4, 2020. In-person services at USCIS field offices, asylum offices, and application support centers (ASCs) were temporarily closed to the public on March 18 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
When USCIS reopens, it will automatically reschedule ASC appointments that were canceled due to the temporary office closures.
• Individuals who had an appointment will receive new appointment letters in the mail.
• Anyone who had InfoPass or other appointments must contact the USCIS Contact Center to reschedule their appointments after the field offices reopen to the public again.
USCIS staff continued to perform duties that do not require contact with the public throughout the closure and continued processing immigration cases during the coronavirus crisis. The coronavirus situation changes day by day, please be sure to check USCIS’s official website for any coronavirus USCIS updates.
Godoy Law Office is Open and Processing Immigration Applications
The immigration lawyers at Godoy Law Office’s virtual office has remained open throughout the coronavirus crisis:
• Our virtual office is open for normal business hours and you can schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney to discuss your case.
• Our legal team has the technology and resources to work remotely and continue to serve our clients during this time. We will conduct consultations by phone or video chat until further notice.
Contact us today at 855-554-6369 to answer any questions about immigration, help you file an immigration application and guide you through every step of the immigration process.