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USCIS Update – Non-Essential Public Services Resume
USCIS Update – Non-Essential Public Services Resume

As we get used to the new normal in the Post-COVID-19 world, many U.S. Immigration Agencies have already begun adapting to the new normal and are starting to resume operations. As of June 4, 2020, USCIS reopened some domestic offices to resume nonessential services. In a ...

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