As the pandemic continues around the globe, “normal” procedures may be a thing of the past as we wait on the “new normal” and the new normal procedures. Visa Applicants around the globe are waiting on visa appointments. Some consular posts have signaled that they may soon begin services in the coming months, while others.
Paperless Citizenship Applications for our U.S. Service Members and Veterans
A. Nonimmigrant visa holders are not included in the proclamation including the following: Athletes, amateur and professional (competing for prize money only)B-1 Athletes, artists, entertainersP Australian worker – professional specialtyE-3 Border Crossing Card: MexicoBCC Business visitorsB-1 Crewmembers (serving aboard a sea vessel or aircraft in the U.S.)D Diplomats and foreign government officialsA Domestic employees or.
For Immediate Release- Due to COVID-19, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services has extended their temporary closure to May 3, 2020. However, many people are wondering if they can still mail applications to the Service Centers and the District offices. USCIS operations have not stopped and USCIS staff are continuing to perform duties that do not involve contact.