How can I talk to Uscis immigration officer?
Instructions for Contacting a Live Person at USCIS
- Dial the number 1-800-375-5283.
- Press 1 for English. Press other numbers for other languages that are available.
- Press 1 to check your case status.
- Press 2 if you no longer have access to your receipt number.
- Press 2 to talk to a USCIS representative.
Does Uscis work on Sunday?
No, they don’t. Yes, immigration officers can work on weekends (Saturdays but not Sundays) if they want to. Most of them have a flexible schedule, even more now with COVID.
Does Uscis receive mail on Saturdays?
No, they don’t for receipt signature as all USCIS offices are (officially) closed during the weekend. You will be reassured to know that if your filing deadline falls on a Sunday, which is a…
Does Uscis pick up mail everyday?
The USCIS picks up their mail daily on weekdays.
What’s next after Uscis approval?
After USCIS approves your petition, they will transfer your case to the Department of State’s National Visa Center (NVC) for pre-processing. The first step in this processing is the creation of your case in our system. Once this is complete, we will send you a Welcome Letter by e-mail or physical mail.
How do I check if my green card has been mailed?
You can check your case status by calling the USCIS National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283. You will need your receipt number when you call in.
Why hasn’t my green card arrived?
If you did not receive your green card, but both USCIS and USPS confirm that the card was delivered and not returned, then you must apply for a new green card. The correct USCIS form to request the green card in that case is Form I-90.
What can I do if I never received my green card?
USCIS instructs customers who have not received a USCIS document or card within 30 days of notification to call the USCIS Contact Center at 1-800-375-5283.
Why is it taking so long to get my green card?
That’s largely due to two reasons. First, there are limits on the number of U.S. green cards (lawful permanent residence) made available under U.S. immigration laws, at least in certain categories. Warning: The coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in long delays in every part of the immigration process.
Who do I call about my green card?