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With the reopening of USCIS offices, naturalizations will resume.

Some USCIS offices are now open to the public as of June 4. This means that the thousands of immigrants who were kept from completing the naturalization process will now be able to finish the process and take the Oath of Allegiance. The timing of this is especially crucial, since many hope to have their citizenship before the November election.

With the reopening of USCIS offices, naturalizations will resume.

Some USCIS offices are now open to the public as of June 4. This means that the thousands of immigrants who were kept from completing the naturalization process will now be able to finish the process and take the Oath of Allegiance. The timing of this is especially crucial, since many hope to have their citizenship before the November election.

USCIS has reopened some offices

Starting June 4, USCIS began reopening some offices to the public. USCIS has taken some precautions against the spread of COVID-19, including providing hand sanitizer, requiring a face covering, and providing floor markings to ensure social distancing is practiced. Application Support Centers are still closed until further notice.

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