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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has announced that it will close its field office in Moscow next month due to a significant decrease in demand.
BAL Analysis: Employers with personnel traveling between Russia and the U.S. and requiring visa and other immigration services previously obtained through the USCIS office in Moscow should plan to use the USCIS office in Athens after Feb. 28. Individuals submitting certain petitions, including U.S. lawful permanent residents submitting applications for travel documents, family-sponsored immigrant petitions or naturalization applications should follow the filing instructions on the USCIS website. Additional information is available on the websites of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow and the USCIS office in Athens.
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