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Foster Assures Continuity of Service

24 Mar

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, Foster has been exercising physical distancing according to health agency guidelines, utilizing video and audio capabilities in place of in-person meetings and relying on our remote work technologies for a large percentage of our employees. In accordance with the Harris County Stay-At-Home-Work-Safe Order issued by Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo on March 24, Foster’s Houston office will remain open to assist in compliance with legally mandated activities with Houston employees working remotely as of close of business today, March 24, until at least April 3. In accordance with Austin Mayor Steve Adler’s Stay Home-Work Safe Order, Foster’s Austin office remains open for essential staff to support colleagues working from home to ensure the timely submission of petitions and applications and to further assure continuity of service. All other offices are working remotely. 

We continue to be available to you, including by email, phone, our web portal, and other technology. If you call us and reach voicemail, we ask that you do leave a message with your name and contact information so that the message can be forwarded to us by email. 

We appreciate your business. 

Foster will continue to monitor immigration developments, including those arising from the coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic, and will make future updates available in Immigration Updates© and on our website at