Saint Albans immigration office changes procedures

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The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Saint Albans is changing the way it meets with people. Starting November 1, people will be required to have an appointment before they arrive. And the only way to make an appointment will be through an Internet-based system called InfoPass.

The Citizenship and Immigration office helps non-U.S. citizens living in Vermont resolve visa issues. It also helps people become U.S. citizens. Officials say that after November 1, people won’t be able to go to the office and wait in line to see an official. The Web site they’ll need to use is

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