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Covid-19 Spain’s nationwide State of Alarm to remain until June 7

Covid-19 Spain’s nationwide State of Alarm to remain until June 7

Spain’s nationwide State of Alarm will remain in effect until June 7. The Spanish government is gradually relaxing some confinement measures in phases over the next several weeks. Confinement measures will vary from region to region within Spain. U.S. citizens should monitor Spanish government social media and local press reports for more information.

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USCIS Offices Preparing to Reopen on June 4

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices Preparing to Reopen on June 4

USCIS is readying offices to reopen on or after June 4. Employees in these offices are continuing to perform mission-essential services that do not require face-to-face contact with the public while the offices are closed.

While offices are temporarily closed, USCIS will continue to provide limited emergency in-person services. Please call the USCIS Contact Center for assistance with emergency services.

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Trump's immigration pause

President Donald Trump’s announcement that he would soon suspend immigration into the U.S.

Trump announced that he will sign an executive order blocking most people for 60 days from receiving a permanent residency visa, or green card. But the order will still allow the government to continue processing visas for hundreds of thousands of temporary employees, including farm workers, landscapers and crab pickers — the largest source of immigration.

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