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For Customers Affected by Southern California Fires

Updated Oct. 24 - San Diego area offices (San Diego and Chula Vista field offices and San Marcos Application Support Center) are closed today. Two Naturalization ceremonies in the San Diego area, scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 24, have been postponed. These are the ceremony at Golden Hall in San Diego and the ceremony at the Chula Vista Service Center in Chula Vista.

Los Angeles area offices are operating normally at this time.

October 22, 2007 - USCIS Field Offices in the Los Angeles, CA area (Los Angeles field office, San Bernardino field office and Santa Ana field office) and San Diego, CA (San Diego field office and Chula Vista field office) will automatically reschedule applicants who missed naturalization (N-400) or adjustment of status (I-485) interviews due to the massive Southern California fires.

Anyone who misses an INFOPASS appointment should/may reschedule the appointment on their own, or the customer may go to the office where the appointment was originally scheduled, with the appointment notice.

It is unknown how long this procedure will be in place, but this alert will be updated daily until the situation changes.



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