Feb. 2: USCIS Clarifies Physical Presence Guidance for Asylees and Refugees Applying for Adjustment of Status

Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans

Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans

DHS has implemented processes through which nationals of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela, and their qualifying immediate family members, may request to come to the United States in a safe and orderly way.

Uniting for Ukraine

Uniting for Ukraine

Uniting for Ukraine provides a pathway for displaced Ukrainian citizens and their immediate family members who are outside the United States to come to the United States and stay temporarily for a two-year period of parole.

Afghan Related Information

Afghan Related Information

Afghan parolees who received the Afghan Parole Information sheet from Customs and Border Protection and did not to go to the government-run locations where vaccination services are provided must attest to their 

Know Before You Go

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Know Before You Go

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File Online

Filing a form online is easier and faster than paper filing. It gives you a simple and personalized way to track your case online. You can also access other USCIS services. Check out our online filing video.

The first step is to create an account.

Manage Your Case

Use our online tools and resources to manage your case:

Most Accessed Forms

Engagement Opportunities

USCIS holds a variety of external stakeholder events in which we share information and obtain feedback on USCIS programs and policies.

 

View our Outreach webpage

Learn About Green Cards

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Get information on eligibility requirements, how to apply, and whether your family members can also apply with you.

Learn About Citizenship

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The Citizenship Resource Center has information about the important rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship, the naturalization process, and how to prepare for the test.

Working in the U.S.

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Many people want to come to the United States to work. Get information on the different application requirements and work options.

Tools and Resources

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We have many resources to help you achieve your goals. Use our self-service tools to learn about eligibility, our filing fees, and to study for and take the English and civics practice test.