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USCIS provides special services to immigrants affected by the war in Ukraine

US Citizenship and Immigration Services recalls that she offers immigration services that can help people affected by extreme situations, including the war in Ukraine.

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The following measures may be available on a case-by-case basis upon request:

  • a change in nonimmigrant status or an extension of the nonimmigrant status of a person currently in the United States. If you do not apply for an extension or change before the end of the allowed admission period, USCIS may accommodate you if the delay was due to extraordinary circumstances beyond your control;
  • a repeated parole (a document giving the right to enter the United States to a person who does not yet have the appropriate immigration status, and his application is under consideration) of persons who previously received a parole;
  • accelerated processing of password requests;
  • expedited processing of requests for off-campus work permits for F-1 students experiencing severe economic hardship;
  • expedited processing of petitions or applications, including applications for work permits where appropriate;
  • consideration of applications for exemption from payment due to impossibility of payment;
  • flexibility for those who have received a request for evidence or a notice of denial but have been unable to provide evidence or otherwise respond in a timely manner;
  • flexibility if you are unable to attend your scheduled USCIS interview;
  • expedited replacement of lost or damaged USCIS-issued immigration or travel documents, such as a permanent resident card (green card), work permit document, or Form I-94, arrival/departure record; as well as
  • transferring the date of the visit to the biometrics service.

It must be understood that when you request assistance, you must explain how the impact of extreme situations or unforeseen circumstances, such as the war in Ukraine, created the need for the assistance requested.

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To learn how to request these measures from USCIS, call 800-375-5283.

For people with disabilities: (TTY) 800-767-1833 or (VRS) 877-709-5797.

You can also visit the page "Special situations».

You also need to update your address with USCIS to ensure that you receive all correspondence and benefits from USCIS in a timely manner and to avoid possible delays associated with your case.

To update your address with USCIS, you can visit the "How to change your address". Please note that changing your US Postal address will not change your USCIS address.

You can visit office pageto see if the office is open and to learn about rescheduling appointments. In particular, if your meeting Infopass affected by unforeseen circumstances, you can reschedule the meeting online or by calling USCIS Contact Center.

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All requirements for Form I-9, Proof of Employment Eligibility, remain in effect. Persons affected by unforeseen circumstances should visit I-xnumx central for more information on how to complete Form I-9 if an employee's documents lost, stolen or damaged.

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