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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced Tuesday evening that it will close its offices to the public and suspend in-person services until at least April 1.
Additional information: The announcement only applies to in-person services at USCIS field offices, asylum offices, and Application Support Centers, and does not reference USCIS Service Centers where immigration applications are processed. BAL will continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on immigration in the United States and will update clients as new information becomes available. USCIS has a COVID-19 webpage where it is posting updates.
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