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Track your application or petition as it moves through the immigration process
Locate your nearest field or international USCIS office
Schedule a free appointment to visit a local USCIS office and get answers on your case
Apply for citizenship and start the process to become a United States citizen
Study for the citizenship test with these resources which include the naturalization self-test
These resources can help educators prepare their students for the civics portion of the naturalization test and serve as a self-study tool for students
Get more information about Green Card eligibility and learn how to apply
Find out when you need to renew your Green Card and how to begin the process
Learn how to remove conditions on your Green Card
You may be able to apply to work temporarily in the United States if you are working in a specialty occupation and meet the eligibility requirements
Learn about F-1 and M-1 student visas and rules about working
You may be able to live permanently in the United States if you have certain skills, education, and work experience and meet eligibility requirements
Find the information you need to petition for your relatives to immigrate to the United States.
Learn about petitioning for certain family members to immigrate to the U.S. as permanent residents
Get details on bringing your foreign national fiancé(e) to the U.S. to marry
Employers - join over 500,000 other employers and enroll in this service to check the employment eligibility of your new employees today
Find out who must use this form to verify employment eligibility and how to complete and retain the form correctly
Visit myE-Verify to access the Self Check and Self Lock features and to learn more about E-Verify and you
Immigrants all over the country are being targeted in scams. Don’t be one of the victims!
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service on August 25 by welcoming 450 new U.S. citizens during 16 naturalization ceremonies at national parks across the country.
USCIS offers immigration relief measures that may help people affected by unforeseen circumstances, such as disasters like the recent severe storms and flooding in Louisiana.