US CIS is a fee-based agency ... they are not shutdown.
So, even though they charge outrageous fees ... it is those very same fees that keep the 'wheels of justice' turning!
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CIS which adjudicates visa petitions and adjustment of status applications is funded principal through user fees and thus is not affected by the budget. The process should continue uninterrupted.Ask a similar question
USCIS will continue its operations, but there will likely be a slowdown in adjudications as some support staff may be furloughed.
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USCIS is still going to operate because their work is funded by fees. USDOL and USDOS are a different story.
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