MILPER Message 19-267 issued 29 August 2019

1. This message will expire 29 August 2020.

2. The purpose of this message is to announce the closure of 13 USCIS
International Field Offices which could affect Soldiers and Family members
serving overseas or currently in CONUS who may be serving overseas in their
next assignment. This message further outlines the potential impacts of these
closures and guidance to affected Soldiers and Family members.

3. USCIS announced on 9 August 2019 that they are closing the Seoul office
as of 30 September 2019. The office no longer accepts new applications at
that office as of 16 August 2019. Other office closures are pending and will be
announced when finalized.

4. The closure of the USCIS International Field Offices will affect U.S. Service
Members who need help with immigration related services, including naturalization
for themselves or their dependents. Following the closure of the overseas offices,
USCIS will continue to perform its naturalization mission during approximately one
week each quarter at each of four “hub” locations. These hubs are currently
proposed for Germany (specific location TBA) and at Naples, Italy; Yokosuka,
Japan; and Camp Humphreys, South Korea. Service Members and/or dependents
that require naturalization services overseas will need to travel to these locations
during the specified periods of time. The operating dates will be scheduled
approximately one year in advance and will be disseminated in a separate message.

5. Individuals who need naturalization services at these hubs should coordinate
directly with USCIS to schedule interviews. Both an interview and overseas
processing can be requested to be provided at a specific office in a cover letter
attached to an application or contacting the Military Help Line at 877-CIS-4MIL
(877-247-4645), TTY (800) 877-8339 or militaryinfo@uscis.dhs.gov.

6. The Guam Field Office will remain open to support the military in the Asia Pacific.  
This includes scheduled visits to the Yokosuka Naval Base and Camp Humphreys.  
While at those hubs, Guam Office officers will adjudicate naturalization applications,
conduct naturalization ceremonies, and perform outreach, including providing general
information regarding USCIS forms.

7. Upon closure of the USCIS International Field offices, Soldiers with foreign
national dependents (through marriage, adoption, etc.) will need to submit immigration
applications such as Form I-130 petitions, to the Department of State (DOS) for their
dependents to enter the United States.  Dependents of Soldiers on assignment to
return to CONUS will not be able to travel with their Soldiers unless they have
obtained approval to enter the United States as immigrants.

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