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Thursday, November 1, 2012
Most East Coast USCIS offices still closed due to Hurricane Sandy including NYC USCIS Field office
Most East Coast USCIS offices closed due to Hurrican Sandy . Hang in there East Coast , a return to normal schedule will be back soon
UPDATED: Some Offices Remain Closed from Storm Damage
All applicants appointments will be rescheduled to the next available appointment date; applicants do not need to do anything to request a rescheduled date. However walk-ins will be processed on a case-by-case basis.
Applicants that were scheduled to appear at an ASC that was closed on Monday, October 29 and Tuesday, October 30, will be rescheduled. If you are an applicant that was processed at an ASC after your previously scheduled date of Monday, October 29 and Tuesday, October 30, you do not need to report to the ASC for a second time and can disregard this rescheduling appointment.
If you are scheduled to appear at an ASC that continues to be closed, please refer to the list of office closures on the USCIS public site and continue to monitor for updates on rescheduling of these appointments.
If you plan to visit a USCIS office in an area affected by the severe weather or you believe may be affected by severe weather, please call the
National Customer Service Center (NCSC) 1-800-375-5283
to ensure the office is open for business and for further instructions on rescheduling your appointment if the office is closed. Please continue to monitor this page for changes.