HONOLULU (AP) - Fewer immigration services will be available starting Monday while Honolulu's U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office moves to a new location.
Customers will still be able to go online to reserve times to meet with an immigration officer, but fewer appointments will be available.
The agency is moving to a new location that has more space for interview rooms, an application support center and naturalization ceremonies.
The move is expected to be completed in early August.
The Honolulu Field Office serves the entire state of Hawaii.
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