Immigration and Citizenship Data

These reports provide data on various aspects of USCIS operations. In addition, certain tables list the USCIS office responsible for the adjudication.

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Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, by Category, Case Status, and USCIS Field Office or Service Center Location (Fiscal Year 2018, 4th Quarter, July 1–Sept. 30, 2018) (PDF, 347 KB)
Contains quarterly performance data on alien relative petitions. It displays the number of petitions received, approved, denied, and pending by quarter of fiscal year, office, and subtype.
Form I‐360, Petition for Amerasian, Widow(er), or Special Immigrant, by Fiscal Year, Quarter, and Case Status (VAWA) (Fiscal Year 2018, 4th Quarter, July 1-Sept. 30, 2018) (CSV, 3 KB)
Contains information on self-petitions for victims of domestic violence for petitioners who use Form I-360 to petition under VAWA. It displays the number of applications received, approved, denied, and pending by quarter and fiscal year.
All USCIS Application and Petition Form Types (Fiscal Year 2018, 4th Quarter, July 1-Sept. 30, 2018) (CSV, 18 KB)
Contains performance data on all application and petition form types submitted to USCIS for adjudication. It displays the number of applications and petitions received, approved, denied, and pending by fiscal year and updated by quarter.
Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, by Category of Naturalization, Case Status, and USCIS Field Office Location (Fiscal Year 2018, 4th Quarter, July 1-Sept. 30, 2018) (CSV, 19 KB)
Contains quarterly data on military and non-military naturalization applications. It displays the number of applications received, approved, denied, and pending by quarter of fiscal year, office, and subtype.
Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, by Category, Case Status, and USCIS Field Office or Service Center Location (Fiscal Year 2018, 4th Quarter, July 1–Sept. 30, 2018) (CSV, 47 KB)
Contains quarterly performance data on alien relative petitions. It displays the number of petitions received, approved, denied, and pending by quarter of fiscal year, office, and subtype.
Credible Fear and Reasonable Fear Statistics and Nationality Report (Fiscal Year 2018, 4th Quarter, July 1-Sept. 30, 2018) (PDF, 69 KB)
Provides credible fear and reasonable fear workload report summaries by case receipts, interviews conducted, all decisions (fear established/fear not established), and closings by month and asylum office. Also includes monthly credible and reasonable fear nationality reports through September 2018.
MPA and PRL Quarterly Report (Fiscal Year 2019, 1st Quarter, Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 2018) (PDF, 86 KB)
Provides data on minor principal applicants (MPA) and PRL (asylum applicants of any age filing with USCIS under the initial jurisdiction of the 2008 Wilmer Wilberforce Torture Victims Protection and Reauthorization Act which is abbreviated as TVPRA).
Affirmative Asylum Statistics: December 2018 (PDF, 90 KB)
Provides data on affirmative asylum office workload by: applications filed, received, and reopened; interviews scheduled, conducted, and cancelled; preliminary decisions; cases adjudicated; cases completed; charging documents served; and cases pending at the end of month. Also provides data on asylum application data by office and leading nationalities.
Affirmative Asylum Statistics: October 2018 (PDF, 90 KB)
Provides data on affirmative asylum office workload by: applications filed, received, and reopened; interviews scheduled, conducted, and cancelled; preliminary decisions; cases adjudicated; cases completed; charging documents served; and cases pending at the end of month. Also provides data on asylum application data by office and leading nationalities.
Affirmative Asylum Statistics: November 2018 (PDF, 90 KB)
Provides data on affirmative asylum office workload by: applications filed, received, and reopened; interviews scheduled, conducted, and cancelled; preliminary decisions; cases adjudicated; cases completed; charging documents served; and cases pending at the end of month. Also provides data on asylum application data by office and leading nationalities.
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