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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has reminded the public of special services made available to those affected by extreme situations such as the invasion of Ukraine.
On a case-by-case basis, individuals affected by extreme situations and certain other unforeseen circumstances may request:
Additional Information: Individuals who are making a request listed above should explain how the invasion of Ukraine created the need for such a request. Those who lost evidence should include an explanation and a copy of a police report, insurance claim or other report as supporting information.
Employers and individuals are reminded that all Form I-9 requirements remain in place and should review instructions on how to verify employment eligibility of employees whose documents are lost or damaged. Individuals are reminded to update their addresses with USCIS to avoid possible delays in processing. More information regarding the special measures is available here.
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