U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) extended its temporary suspension of routine in-person services at local USCIS field offices by 30 days, now saying on its website that such services will continue to be suspended "through at least June 4." The original suspension announced on March 18, 2020 had said in-person services would be suspended "through at least May 3."

Related USCIS messaging surrounding the June 4 date includes: An April 24, 2020 message from the USCIS Office of Public Affairs said that "USCIS is readying offices to re-open in compliance with local and state orders, on or after June 4;" A news alert posted on the USCIS website saying that "USCIS is readying offices to reopen on or after June 4;" and the USCIS Field Offices page, which says "USCIS plans to begin reopening our offices on June 4, unless the public closures are extended further."

The suspension impacts in-person appointments at USCIS local field offices, USCIS Application Support Centers, and administration of naturalization oaths, but does not impact electronic filing, filing at USCIS Lockboxes or filing or adjudications at USCIS Service Centers.