USCIS has announced that it will be closing all of its International Immigration Offices by March 10, 2020.
As of June 30, 2019, USCIS has already permanently closed its field office in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and on July 5th, the office in Manila, Philippines permanently closed.
By the end of January 2020, the majority of international USCIS field offices are expected to be closed, including offices in Mexico City, London, Athens, and Guatemala City.
The first offices to close will be those in Monterrey, Mexico, Seoul, South Korea, and Manila, Philippines, with a projected closing date of September 2019.
The following is a complete list of USCIS International Immigration Offices expected to close:
Latin America, Canada and the Caribbean (LACC) District
- Dominican Republic – Santo Domingo Field Office
- El Salvador – San Salvador Field Office
- Guatemala – Guatemala City Field Office
- Haiti – Port-au-Prince Field Office
- Mexico – Ciudad Juarez Field Office—CLOSED
- Mexico – Mexico City Field Office
- Mexico – Monterrey Field Office
- Peru – Lima Field Office
Asia/Pacific (APAC) District
- China – Beijing Field Office
- China – Guangzhou Field Office
- India – New Delhi Field Office
- Philippines – Manila Field Office—CLOSED
South Korea – Seoul Field Office
- Thailand – Bangkok Field Office
Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) District
- Germany – Frankfurt Field Office
- Ghana – Accra Field Office
- Greece – Athens Field Office
- Italy – Rome Field Office
- Jordan – Amman Field Office
- Kenya – Nairobi Field Office
- Russia – Moscow Field Office—CLOSED
- South Africa – Johannesburg Field Office
- United Kingdom – London Field Office
PLEASE NOTE: The closure of these USCIS offices will not affect the functions of the Department of State’s consulates and embassies. They will continue to accept and process visa applications.
Individuals previously assisted by international field offices should contact USCIS or follow the instructions here.