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Executive Office for Immigration Review

Non-Detained Immigration Court Hearings Postponed through June 26, 2020 except in Honolulu

The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) sent an update on May 29, 2020, stating that all immigration court hearings for non-detained individuals are now postponed through June 26, 2020. This means that the courts will reopen for non-detained hearings on June 29, 2020. This new announcement does not apply to the Honolulu Immigration Court,…

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USCIS Preparing to Reopen Offices

US Citizenship and Immigration Services announced on May 26, 2020 that it would begin reopening its public offices. Starting on June 4, 2020 USCIS offices will gradually start to reopen with new procedures and protections against the coronavirus. Most USCIS public offices have been completely closed with rare exceptions only for very urgent cases; however,…

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USCIS Closing Offices Through April 1, 2020

US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it is closing several types of public-facing offices in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. The following types of offices are impacted: Field offices, which conduct interviews and sometimes naturalization ceremonies Application Support Centers, where applicants go to have fingerprints and biometrics taken Asylum offices Further announcements will…

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