Coronavirus Disrupts USCIS – Causes Temporary Closure of All Offices
Coronavirus disrupts USCIS services across the board. The USCIS responded to the Coronavirus pandemic and its spread across the United States by temporarily closing all its offices to the public until at least April 1, 2020.
The USCIS will still “provide emergency services for limited situations.”
If you have a pending application or interview appointment scheduled, you should receive or have received further instructions by mail. The USCIS will automatically reschedule pending appointments, interviews, and naturalization ceremonies once their normal operations resume.
Coronavirus Disrupts USCIS – Timeline
Below is a brief timeline of the Cornavirus and USCIS disruptions of which we have previously reported.
February 5, 2020
The first major bit of news related to the Coronavirus and USCIS disruptions came with its closure of international field offices in China. See “Coronavirus Impacts USCIS Causing Office Closures,” posted by us previously.
March 3, 2020
Then, the Coronavirus, aka COVID-19 or the novel Coronavirus, spread to the United States, hitting Washington state pretty hard. The USCIS Seattle Field Office shutdown and became the first USCIS field office to close due to the Coronavirus.
March 18, 2020
Finally, only a couple of weeks after the disease ravaged Seattle and surrounding areas, the USCIS has decided to temporarily close all its offices to the public until at least April 1, 2020.
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