WASHINGTON – Yesterday, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it will be inviting community stakeholders and the general public to open houses at its offices across the country to meet USCIS personnel and learn more about the agency’s programs. The effort is designed to enhance USCIS’s presence in the community and strengthen its partnership with stakeholders.
“We are opening our offices throughout the country to the communities we serve,” said USCIS Director Alejandro Mayorkas. “This is a continuation of our ongoing efforts to be transparent and open in our delivery of services to the public.”
In addition to meeting local USCIS staff, attendees will be able to tour USCIS offices and witness mock naturalization interviews. The offices will also feature local artwork from the USCIS National Childrenâ€™s Art Project. This summer, USCIS invited children across the United States to illustrate their personal interpretations of the projectâ€™s theme, “We Are America.”
Director Mayorkas kicked off the series of open houses Oct. 4 at the USCIS Field Office in Baltimore, Maryland.
To find an open house in your area, please see theÂ Open HouseÂ page on the official USCIS webiste.
To find an open house in your area, please see the Open HouseÂ page at the USCIS official website.