They will send you a new notice. If you do not get it, call customer service.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
Try again on December 26. Sometimes, the ASC still goes ahead to capture the biometrics of applicants who walk in even before the appointment date.
I agree with Mr. Iziokhai. Return on the morning of 12/26 and explain what happened. You should be okay and it is likely that the Biometrics Center will take your fingerprints. However, make sure that you bring unexpired identification cards along with your expired conditional card. Good luck.
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December 24 and 25 are Federal Holidays, you may attempt on December 26. However, it is likely that you will have a new date set by USCIS.
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Did you take a photo of the sign showing that the USCIS was closed?
Sometimes the government inadvertently schedules appointments on days when government offices will be closed.
We recently had a situation where our client couldn’t make her biometrics appointment due to Hurricane Sandy. She went as soon as the transportation in NYC was working again, and completed her biometrics without a problem.
As long as you take steps to go back to the USCIS office right away, your application should not be considered abandoned.
-Denise K. Bonnaig, Esq.