How might the threat of winter weather impact your immigration appointments and hearings in Baltimore?
With winter fast approaching and the possibility of inclement weather increasing, it is important to know how possible closings and delays will affect your scheduled hearings at the Immigration Court and your scheduled appointments at USCIS and ICE/ERO in Baltimore.. This winter, the Law Office of Adam N. Crandell will make every effort to provide updates on closings and delays as they occur. Be sure to check our Facebook page for updated information this winter. In the meantime, here is some helpful information about where to find updates regarding closings and delays for inclement weather.
Baltimore Immigration Court
Closings and delays for the Baltimore Immigration Court are announced under the name "FEDERAL EXECUTIVE BOARD" on WBAL and WJZ. When the Court opens on a delay, all cases scheduled to begin before the delayed opening time will be automatically rescheduled and Respondents on those dockets are not expected to appear. Cases scheduled to begin on or after the delayed opening time will go forward, and Respondents on those dockets must appear.
Closings and delays for the Baltimore ICE/ERO office are also announced under the name "FEDERAL EXECUTIVE BOARD" on WBAL and WJZ. When the office is closed, those with check-in appointments are expected to report on the next business day.
If you have an interview or appoinment at the Baltimore USCIS office on an inclement weather day, please call 410-779-2931 and select option 8 for updated information regarding closings and delays.