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Resources and links

For your convenience, we are happy to share the following helpful links and resources.
CHECK YOUR CASE

To check your case status for your petition or application filed with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), CLICK HERE

You will be asked to enter your application receipt number, which is found on any notice you have received from the USCIS. CLICK HERE to find where is receipt number in your letter.

FEES AND REQUIREMENTS

To check the filing fees and requirements for applying for United States immigration benefits, CLICK HERE

PROCESSING TIMES

The USCIS usually processes cases in the order they are received. The USCIS website has a table for determining how long they are taking to process an application or petition at a particular office. To get an idea of how much longer it will take to process your case for an application you have already filed, CLICK HERE

INFORMATION ABOUT IMMIGRATION COURT CASES

To find out about your next hearing date before the United States Immigration Court, you may call 1-800-898-7180.

You will be asked to provide your A-#. (Your Alien Registration Number is the 8 or 9 digit number that starts with the letter “A”.)

GOVERNMENT SERVICES

How Obtain a Social Security Card or Tax ID Number
For information from Social Security Administration for noncitizens. Click here

Information on Immigration Reform 2013 Legislation
A report released by First Focus and the Center for the Children of Immigrants chronicles "The Cost of Inaction" on immigration reform as it relates to kids. Click here.

How a bill becomes law. Click here

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STUDENTS
Check the latest information and resources for international students from the Department of Homeland Security.

Study in States

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TRAVELERS
Find information, updates, warnings and safety tips for your international travels.

Travel.State.Gov

Find U.S. Embassy or Consulate

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