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Immigration Service offers assistance to migrants affected by Matthew

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The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers measures to help migrants affected by unforeseen circumstances, including the natural disaster - Hurricane Matthew.

These measures may be available on an individual basis upon request:

  • Change in non-immigrant status or extension of stay in the United States, even if the petition is filed after the authorized admission period has expired;
  • Repeated parole of persons who have previously received parole from USCIS;
  • Accelerated request processing in advance of parole;
  • Accelerated judgment of work permit requests for F-1 students experiencing severe economic difficulties;
  • Accelerated judgment of applications for a work permit, if necessary;
  • Consideration of exemption from fees due to the inability to pay;
  • Help for those who received a Request for Evidence or Notice of Intent to Deny, but could not attend an interview, provide evidence or respond in a timely manner;
  • Replacing lost or damaged immigration or travel documents issued by a USCIS, such as a Resident Card (Permanent Green Card);

Note: When fulfilling the request, it is necessary to explain how the consequences of Hurricane Matthew affected the need for the requested assistance.

To learn more about how USCIS is helping clients affected by unforeseen circumstances in their home country or in the United States, and how to request these measures, call the National Customer Service Center at the following telephone numbers: 800-375-5283 (TDD for the Deaf and hearing impaired: 800-767-1833). For more information, visit broker.

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