Revised International Office Pages Now Available

USCIS published revised versions of its 25 international offices pages on USCIS.gov. The International Operations Division of USCIS made changes to the pages to improve functionality, navigation and focus on those we serve.

        The new Web pages feature:

  • Increased use of links back to main USCIS pages (e.g., the main Forms page), which helps standardize information across the pages.  Updates will then be centralized, which will lead to more accurate information. 
  • Ability to expand menu items for easy access to  information on what services are available. This navigation allows users to more clearly see who may receive what services abroad.
  • Improved graphics, including incorporation of icons and pictures, for a more user-friendly experience.
  • Hyperlinks embedded throughout the Web page (previously we referenced links in the right rail) to streamline page navigation.

The change was in response to a 2013 satisfaction survey.  While our international offices received excellent scores, we received feedback indicating that our websites could be more user friendly, consistent and up-to-date. 

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