Skip to main content

Electronic Reading Room

The USCIS Electronic Reading Room provides access to information identified under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). We will update the Electronic Reading Room when documents are requested 3 or more times, or when we proactively identify documents likely requested for release.

Related Links:

Accessibility Note:
The PDFs from this section of our website may not be fully accessible under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. If you need assistance, call 800-375-5283 or send a request to with the subject line "FOIA Disability Accommodations." Please include your name, phone number and the document you need to access. A representative from our office will contact you to address your needs.

Correspondence regarding requirements for naturalization in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
GovPlace USCIS Commercial Cloud Hosting BPA
H-1B Visa Approvals from Fiscal Year 2019.
Correspondence regarding the consideration of cannabis-related activities as a factor for the "good moral character" standard required of immigrants seeking to naturalize.
Correspondence requesting the designation of Venezuela for Temporary Protected Status.
Correspondence regarding policy guidance that violation of federal controlled substance law, established by conviction or admission, is generally a bar to establishing good moral character for naturalization even where the conduct would not be a violation of state law.
Correspondence regarding the limited grace period to transition to the new version of Form I-918 dated April 24, 2019.
ICF Incorporated, LLC Regulatory Support Services in support of the Office of Policy and Strategy (OPS) Regulatory Coordination Division (RCD)
USCIS representatives reviewed USCIS adoption-related resources available to the public and answered questions relating to Intercountry Adoption Roles, Statistics and Forms, USCIS Adoption Processing, and Miscellaneous.
Correspondence regarding the publication of the regulations governing the implementation of U.S. Public Law 115-218, the Northern Mariana Islands U.S. Workforce Act of 2018.

RSS Feed