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Helpful Immigration Links

  • USCIS Forms
    • You can find and download USCIS forms, file an application online, and learn about eligibility and filing requirements. (Note that form fees, eligibility requirements, fee waiver eligibility, required documents and mailing addresses vary depending on the form you are filing and why you are filing). 

  • Check Your USCIS Case Processing Times
    • USCIS displays case processing times for select forms and locations to let people know how long it generally takes to process benefit requests and when they can submit a service request for a case that is “outside normal processing time.” This information changes often. To check processing times for your case, look at your receipt notice and identify what form type you filed, locate which office that is handling your case, and determine the date your case was received by USCIS. This USIS tool does not provide wait times for the National Visa Center but you can find the information here.

  • Non-Immigrant Visa Appointment Wait Times
    • Information about nonimmigrant visa wait times for interviews and visa processing time frames are shown on this website, as well as on U.S. Embassy and Consulate websites worldwide.
  • USCIS Case Status Online
    • Track your USCIS Petition Receipt Number (a unique 13-character identifier).

  • Department of State (DOS) Visa Bulletin  
    • The U.S. Department of State (DOS) publishes the visa bulletin that summarizes the availability of immigrant numbers during each month for “Final Action Dates” (applications ready for immediate approval) or “Dates for Filing Applications” (indicating that applicants should be submit required documentation to the National Visa Center). 

  • Find An Authorized Doctor to Do Your Medical Exam
    • When you apply for a green card (adjustment of status) in the United States, you usually need to have a medical examination. USCIS designates certain doctors (also known as civil surgeons) to perform the medical exam required for most Green Card applicants. 
    • The civil surgeon generally determines whether an applicant meets the vaccination requirements. You can also review the vaccination requirements here.

  • Passport-Style Photo Requirements
    • You can take your own passport photos or use a professional service. If you decide to take your own photos, makes sure the photos meet all the requirements. 

  • Where to Get Fingerprints Cards in Colorado
    • You can request fingerprint cards for federal (immigration) purposes at Colorado Fingerprinting at their 3 Denver locations.