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The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has jurisdiction over immigration and naturalization issues.


Consumers can call the USCIS for information regarding: Application Support Centers, Service Centers, local area immigration services field offices, National Customer Service Call (NCSC) Centers, Forms Centers.

(800) 375-5283

(800) 767-1833 TDD

(877) 247-4645 Military Help Line (877) CIS-4MIL



The USCIS processes all immigrant and non-immigrant benefits provided to visitors of the United States, including:

  • Family-based petitions – facilitating the process for close relatives to immigrate, gain permanent residency, work, etc;
  • Employment-based petitions – facilitating the process for current and prospective employees to immigrate or stay in the U.S. temporarily;
  • Asylum and Refugee processing – adjudicating asylum and the processing of refugees;
  • Naturalization – approving citizenship of eligible persons who wish to become U. S. citizens;
  • Special status programs – adjudicating eligibility for U.S. immigration status as a form of humanitarian aid to foreign nationals; and,
  • Document issuance and renewal – including verification of eligibility, production and issuance of immigration documents.


To order forms from The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services:

(800) 870-3676


Other referrals: www.ice.gov for Immigration law enforcement issues



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