Nebraska - Omaha Field Office
***Offices sometimes close because of bad weather or unexpected events. During bad weather, call 402-633-4000 Option 3 before traveling to make sure we are open.***
Field Office Director: William Connor
District Director: David Douglas
|Physical Address||Mailing Address||Express Mail|
1717 Avenue H
1717 Avenue H
1717 Avenue H
This office serves the state of Nebraska and the following counties in Iowa: Audubon, Buena Vista, Carroll, Cass, Cherokee, Clay, Crawford, Dickinson, Emmet, Fremont, Greene, Harrison, Ida, Lyon, Mills, Monona, Montgomery, O'Brien, Osceola, Page, Palo Alto, Plymouth, Pocahontas, Pottawattamie, Sac, Shelby, Sioux, Taylor, and Woodbury.
We are located 1 mile south of Omaha’s Eppley Airfield and 1 mile northwest of downtown Omaha, just east of Abbott Drive on Avenue H.
From Interstate 80 East, take Exit 452 for US-75 North.
Take the Cuming Street exit toward Burt Street.
Turn right onto Cuming Street which becomes Abbott Drive.
Turn right onto Avenue H.
From Interstate 80 West, take Exit A for Interstate 29 North, then take the left exit for Interstate 480 West/US-6 West.
From Interstate 29 South, take exit 53B for Interstate 480 West/US-6 West
Exit at US-6/Dodge Street and continue straight.
Turn right onto North 10th Street.
Turn right onto Abbott Drive.
Turn right onto Avenue H.
The office is located on the right on Avenue H.
The nearest Omaha Metro Bus Route is #16. The nearest stop is Abbott Drive and Avenue H, one block west of the office. Contact Omaha Metro at 402-341-0800 or visit http://ometro.com for more information.
Parking & Accessibility
PARKING: There is plenty of free public parking available in the area of the office.
HANDICAP ACCESSIBILITY: This office is handicapped accessible.
Follow the instructions on the form(s) that you are filing. If the instructions on the application tell you to file the form at a USCIS local office and you live within this service area, please mail your application or make an INFOPASS appointment to submit your application in person.
Avoid Immigration Services Scams
Many people offer help with immigration services. Unfortunately, not all are authorized to do so. While many of these unauthorized practitioners mean well, all too many of them are out to rip you off. This is against the law and may be considered an immigration services scam.
USCIS wants to combat immigration services scams by equipping applicants, legal service providers, and community-based organizations with the knowledge and tools they need to detect and protect themselves from dishonest practices. Please see USCIS’s “Avoid Scams” webpage for more information. If you have you been a victim of an immigration services scam, help is available. You can report scams to the Federal Trade Commission. You may also file a complaint in your state.
If you're working with an attorney, check with the state bar association to verify that the attorney is eligible to practice in—and is a member in good standing of the bar of the highest court of—any U.S. state, possession, territory or commonwealth, or the District of Columbia.
If working with a non-attorney, verify whether the individual is an accredited representative of an organization recognized by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).
Know the law in your state. Some states have specific laws regulating immigration consultants. If you are unsure whether your immigration service provider is giving trustworthy advice, do not hesitate to seek a second opinion. When doing so, always work with a licensed attorney or BIA-accredited representative.
Case Status and Referral Follow-ups
If you want to know the status of a case that is pending at this office, you should first call customer service at 1-800-375-5283. If your case is outside of our normal processing time, as shown on the uscis.gov web site, a customer service representative will ask USCIS to research your case, and we will send you a letter with further information.
If the customer service representative instructs you to visit our office, you must schedule an INFOPASS appointment, on our website, to visit this office in person.
Remember to bring the following items noted below, to the office for your appointment:
- Any notices we have sent to you
- A valid photo identity document, such as a driver license, passport, employment authorization document, etc.
- A copy of the application or petition that you filed
- Proof of paying the fee such as a copy of a cancelled check (front and back) or money order that has been traced for payment, or a handwritten receipt from an Immigration Services Officer.
In order to visit this office or to speak with an Immigration Services Officer, you must have an appointment scheduled by USCIS, or you must schedule an INFOPASS appointment on the USCIS website. A kiosk is available in the lobby for making appointments.
PLEASE NOTE: This office is CLOSED for INFOPASS appointments on Friday's, and the first Wednesday of every month.
The Omaha USCIS Field Office requires acceptable photo ID (current, & valid with recognizable photo, where applicable) for entrance into this Federal Facility for any USCIS interview, ASC or INFOPASS appointment:
DHS immigration documents with photo such as:
- I-766 (Employment Authorization Document)
- I-551 (Lawful Permanent Resident Card / Green Card)
- I-571 (Refugee Travel Document)
- I-327 (Reentry Permit)
- Certificate of Naturalization
- Certificate of Citizenship
- I-94, Arrival-Departure Record
- ICE issued Order of Supervision (OSUP), Order of Recognizance (OREC), or Intensive Supervision Appearance Program (ISAP) documentation.
Federal, state, tribal, or local government photo-ID:
- State driver’s license
- State ID card
- US passport
- US military ID
- Matrícula Consular Card
- Cédula de Identidad
- Foreign passport
- Canadian driver’s license
If you have a USCIS interview or INFOPASS appointment you must also show your appointment notice.
Juveniles (under the age of 18) are not required to provide identification when accompanied by an adult that meets the above requirements.
USCIS thanks you for your cooperation!
Attorney or Representative Procedures
If you are an attorney seeking information at this office, you must make an INFOPASS appointment to visit this office.
The Omaha Field Office conducts Judicial Ceremonies monthly and Administrative Ceremonies twice per week. This office does conduct same-day naturalization ceremonies.
Rules and regulations governing public buildings and grounds can be found at Title 41, Code of Federal Regulations, Subpart 101-20.3 and Title 18, United States Code, Section 930. Additionally, this office prohibits:
- Scissors, razors, pocket knives, and other sharp objects
- Pepper spray, Mace
- Cigarette lighters
- Flammable liquids
- Recording devices including cameras, cell phones with cameras and/or video recording, laptops, and tablets are allowed but no photography, video, or audio recording is permitted.
- EXCEPTION: Video recording and photography is permitted in the ceremony room during naturalization and citizenship ceremonies.