On August 21, 2023, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced the launch of a new online form for individuals, attorneys, and accredited representatives to request an in-person appointment at their local USCIS field office for ADIT stamps (I-551 stamps), Emergency Advance Parole, Immigration Judge Grants, and more. You can access the USCIS online appointment request form here.
The online appointment request form allows individuals and their attorneys and legal representatives to request an in-person appointment at their local field office without having to call the USCIS Contact Center. After submission, the USCIS Contact Center receives and reviews the online appointment request forms and the availability of in-person appointments at a specific field office.
USCIS Online Appointment Request Form
The online request form collects the following information about you:
- Your legal name
- Date of birth
- ZIP code
- Country of Birth
- Receipt number of your related application or petition, if any
- A-number, if any
The USCIS Contact Center uses the contact information you provide in case it needs to contact you about your appointment. The USCIS Contact Center can contact you either by phone or email depending on the appointment reason and urgency, using the reference number provided to them at the time the request was submitted.
In addition to collecting information about you, the online appointment request form collects information about the purpose of the appointment (example, ADIT stamp, Advance Parole, etc) and allows you to request a specific day of the week and time of day when you would like to have the appointment.
If you request a specific date and time for the in-person appointment, USCIS may accommodate your request but it cannot guarantee that the appointment will be scheduled as requested. Please note that USCIS online in-person appointment form is not a self-schedule tool, and you are not able to schedule your own appointment with USCIS. Instead, USCIS confirms and schedules you for an available in-person appointment date and time.
For more information on the online appointment request form visit https://my.uscis.gov/en/appointment/v2 or contact our immigration lawyers in Miami, Florida USA or schedule a consultation for your immigration case.
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