The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact U.S. immigration. The borders are no longer closed, but processing times have lengthened, due to a host of factors, including staffing, backlogs, and demand. Vaccination requirements continue to apply in most circumstances. Cautionary measures remain in place for interviews at USCIS and consulates abroad.
Cascadia Cross-Border Law takes precautions to limit the risk of spread of COVID-19 to its clients and employees. We stand ready to answer any questions about COVID-19 as it impacts immigration or interactions with this office.
To Our Current Clients:
Please do not hesitate to reach out directly if you have specific questions or concerns about how COVID-19 will affect your immigration matter.
To Potential Clients:
Plan ahead. The COVID-19 response has impacted most aspects of immigration, and in particular, extended processing times. Processing times have gone from months to now years, in some cases. Most temporary and permanent immigration options remain available, but planning ahead to deal with backlogs, closures, and travel restrictions is essential. We highly encourage you to schedule a consultation, to get ahead of the game timewise, and plan for your business and personal needs accordingly.