Tools and Resources
Get E-mail Updates: Questions and Answers
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) currently uses the "GovDelivery" system to deliver e-mail bulletin message to self-subscribed users.
Q: How does GovDelivery® work?
Q: What is a “profile,” and why do I need to establish one?
To access your profile: At the bottom of each e-mail you receive is a section called "Manage Your USCIS Subscriptions". You can change your e-mail address by clicking on the link in that section called "Manage Your Subscriptions or Unsubscribe".
Q: How often will I receive e-mail notices?
Q: Whom do I ask if I have a question about a specific program area?
Q: How will my e-mail address be used?
Q: My e-mail address is changing. Can I receive updates at my new address?
At the bottom of each e-mail you receive is a section called "Manage Your FDA Subscriptions". You can change your email address by clicking on the link in that section called "Manage Your Subscriptions or Unsubscribe". On that page is a section called E-mail Address.
Q: I subscribed to receive e-mail alerts, but I haven’t gotten any yet. Why not?
If you received the “New Subscriber” e-mail, but have not received anything further, the item(s) you selected may not have changed recently, and there has been no need to notify you. If you have further questions or need assistance, you can e-mail GovDelivery ® support staff.
Last Reviewed/Updated: 09/07/2010