During COVID-19 the U.S. Government and related Immigration agencies continue to accept and process cases as normal. Our office and staff are equipped to continue to prepare and process all U.S. Immigration related cases.
As we continue to work during this difficult time, it is our goal to minimize any impact this might have on our clients ability to do business, and avoid any loss of crucial processing time. We will continue to have consultations by phone and can also be reached anytime by email.
We are committed to providing our clients with the service and support we have become known for. Given the ever-changing situation surrounding COVID-19, we wanted to assure you that we have a business continuity plan in place to continue operations during this uncertain time. Our business continuity plan takes many factors into consideration including how we serve customers by location and need. Our business continuity plan allows our employees to continue working remotely from home without any interruption in customer service. We are committed to providing you with the best support possible during this uncertain time.
Richards and Jurusik Immigration Law
Guidance for Appointments at our Office, with USCIS, CBP, and Consulates
If you become ill for any reason, regardless of whether you were exposed to COVID-19, please do not attend to any appointments with any agency. Please follow the instructions on your appointment notice to reschedule your appointment or interview if you:
- Have traveled internationally to any country outside the U.S. within 14 days of your appointment;
- Believe that you may have been exposed to COVID-19 (even if you have not travelled internationally); or
- Are experiencing flu-like symptoms (such as a runny nose, headache, cough, sore throat or fever).
USCIS will help you reschedule your appointment without penalty when you are healthy. See this page for more information: If You Feel Sick, Please Consider Canceling and Rescheduling Your USCIS Appointment.