USCIS has requested emergency funding from Congress to sustain its operations. The agency has said that if it does not get funding, it will administratively furlough some employees starting around July 20. In addition to funding in the next coronavirus relief bill, USCIS has suggested fee hikes of 10% to compensate for the decrease in applications over the last few years. USCIS has 19,000 employees and contractors at more than 200 offices.

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USCIS will furlough employees if it does not get funding.