USCIS Announces It Will Reuse Previously Submitted Biometrics to Process Employent Authorization document (Form I-765) Extension Requests
Limited to APPLICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION-Work Permits
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services today announced that it will reuse previously submitted biometrics in order to process valid Form I-765, APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION, extension requests due to the temporary closure of Application Support Centers (ASC) to the public in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This announcement is consistent with existing USCIS authorities regarding the agency’s ability to reuse previously submitted biometrics.
Allow Reuse of Some Biometrics
Applicants who had an appointment scheduled with an ASC on or after the March 18 closure or who filed an I-765 extension will have their application processed using previously submitted biometrics. This will remain in effect until ASCs resume normal operations.
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USCIS will provide further updates as the situation develops and will continue to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance. Please visit uscis.gov/coronavirus for the latest facts and other USCIS updates.
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