USCIS announces the Seoul field office will be closed to the public after August 16, 2019 and will no longer accept or process Forms I-600A or I-600. The future workload will shift to USCIS in the United States or to the State Dept. [ID #650]
February 1, 2017
The Seoul Fied Office's jurisdiction covered Japan and Korea, with a total staff of five persons: one
Field Office Director; one Overseas Adjudications Officer; and three Locally Employed Staff. Prior to International Field Office closures, USCIS International Operations maintained international field offices in 24 U.S. embassies and consulates in 21 countries.
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