USCIS : CLOSED UNTIL MAY 3
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offices have extended their temporary closure from April 1 to May 3 and will reopen on May 4.
As a result of this closure, there will be no face to face interviews, no oath taking ceremonies for new U.S. citizens. Interviews including biometrics scheduled during this period that the USCIS is closed will be rescheduled. USCIS will send new Notices of Interview. Please note that U.S. postal services are still open and if you need to file for applications for extensions or changes of status you can still do so either by mail and when permitted through on-line filing.
IMMIGRATION COURTS (EOIR): NON-DETAINED HEARINGS ARE POSTPONED UNTIL MAY 1
Those who have pending hearings before Immigration Courts and they are not detained, their hearings scheduled between now until May 1 will be rescheduled. Hearings for detained clients/respondents are still ongoing unless the Court grants continuances.
U.S. EMBASSY IN MANILA: VISA PROCESSING AND ISSUANCES ARE PUT ON HOLD
The U.S. Embassy in Manila has suspended temporarily its immigrant and nonimmigrant visa services. However, emergency services are still provided especially for U.S. citizens. Please check the U.S. Embassy website for more information.