How to check for immigration office closures during the COVID-19 pandemic
Last updated on May 25, 2021
IMMIGRATION COURTS: Many immigration courts have resumed hearings for people in the United States who are not detained. All immigration courts will resume hearings for people in the United States who are not detained on July 6, 2021. For the most up-to-date information on court closings, you can visit this site. Please note that court closings are sometimes announced the day before or the day of the closing. For more information on how to check the status of your case, click here.
ICE and ISAP: ICE has modified its practices during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have a check-in scheduled with ICE or ISAP, you can find the most up-to-date information on the ICE website here.
The practices and hours at ICE offices across the country differ. For information on how to proceed at this time, you should try calling your immigration officer, your ISAP officer, or your local ICE office before your check-in. You can find the phone numbers for ICE offices in different cities here.
USCIS: For information on the offices that are closed or have temporarily changed their hours, you can visit this site. Check this page on the day of your appointment to find out if there are any office closings or important information about visiting USCIS offices. You can also check this page for information about rescheduling appointments when your office changes hours or the office is closed.
For more information and resources from the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP) visit our website.