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How does USCIS accommodate for applicants with documented disabilities?

USCIS has a policy that every applicant will be given "reasonable accommodations" so that you may be able to best demonstrate your eligibility. Such accommodations includes wheelchair access when you are required to appear in person, officers trained to work with the hearing impaired, sign language interpreters, and accessibility for guide dogs. Although this list is not exhaustive, you should feel comfortable requesting specific disability accommodations so you are able to effectively show your eligibility.

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