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San Francisco asylum office moving from Tenderloin to SoMa

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Asylum Office is undergoing a move next month, from its current location at 450 Golden Gate Ave. to 75 Hawthorne St. The office will close at 4 p.m. on Dec 1 to conduct the move, and will re-open on Dec 8 at its new location.

Asylum Offices host interviews for immigrants who are seeking asylum, or the suspension of deportations.

Information services start at 75 Hawthorne St. (7th floor) on Dec. 9, and interviews will be scheduled beginning Dec 8.

 

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