USCIS Responds to Coronavirus

The coronavirus has disrupted the operation of many businesses across the U.S., and has now put a short break on immigration cases. The USCIS has announced that they will be suspending all in-person visits until at least April 1st across the United States. The shutdown serves as a way to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. This does not come as a surprise, as the CDC has made efforts to limit the amount of people gathering in one place until the spread of the virus slows down significantly.
You may be in a situation where you were scheduled for an interview before April 1st. What are you supposed to do? The USCIS has sent out cancellation notices to applicants with scheduled appointments, which include asylum interviews, petition interviews, and naturalization ceremonies. The USCIS will automatically reschedule these cancelled appointments once they begin to operate normally again.
Just because the USCIS is halting their operations does not mean we are stopping too! We are still filling out our clients’ petitions and preparing the best strategies to help them live their Green Card Life. We are fully aware that there is no pause button on the American Dream, which is why we have made it a priority to continue helping immigrants during this time of concern.
If you are ready to take the first step in achieving the American Dream, follow the link to Schedule A Call with us so we can find the best strategy for your immigration to the United States. The Ribeiro Law Firm is ready to help you TODAY!
We at The Ribeiro Law Firm hope you are staying safe during this time. If there is anything we can do to help support you, your families, or small business, please do not hesitate to reach out.