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5 Unique Ways to Check Your USCIS Case Status Online – 2020 Updates

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5 Unique Ways to Check Your USCIS Case Status Online – 2020 Updates.

USCIS Case Status: It takes a while for  USCIS to process your case, so it’s essential to keep track on the status to make sure that your petition or application is processed in a timely manner and to check to see if there are any issues that may result to a delay in the processing of your case. This article will guide you on how to go about with that.

5 Unique Ways to Check Your USCIS Case Status Online - 2020 Updates

USCIS receives thousands of petitions and applications each year so processing times differ based on the type of case you have filed and where you’ve filed it. Most petitioner and applications can take a number of weeks to be approved and others can take several months to process.

Here are the different ways you can track the status of your case:

1. Phone:

One medium to check the status of your pending case is to call USCIS at 1-800-375-5283. You can call them whether you have a receipt number or not. Based on how busy they are, you can be put on hold anywhere from two minutes to two hours.

2. Online at the USCIS Website:

An  easy way to confirm the status of your pending case is to go to the USCIS website: USCIS Check Status. You will require your 13-character receipt number (ex. WAC-01-234-56789) in order to check online.

3. Phone App:

Phone App

You can also opt in for automatic updates and have them sent to your email by creating an account with USCIS and giving your email address: USCIS Sign-up for Case Updates.

If you choose to have updates on your case sent to your phone, after you have created an account, you can provide your phone number to receive a text message signifying to you when a case status update has occurred.

You will require your receipt number for both these options. There are also a variety of types of phone apps you can utilize as well to track the status of your case like USCIS Case Status Notifier (Android), Case Status Lite (Apple and Android), USCIS Helper (Apple), and USCIS Checker (Apple, Android, and Windows).

4. USCIS phone menu:

USCIS National Customer Service Center offers a toll-free phone number (1-800-375-5283) for customers to call and gain a wide range of information. The Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system is designed to not only give general immigration information, but also handle application status or other important case-specific questions.

Callers will also have an choice to speak directly to a Customer Service Agent during business hours. Dial USCIS customer service phone number 1-800-375-5283. A message with instructions on what options are available.

5. Mail:

You can also request a case status update through mail if you had filed your petition or application through a local USCIS Field Office. In your letter, you will need to give your personal information such as your full name, birth date, alien number (if applicable), the date and place your petition or application was filed, and your receipt number as well (if you have received one).

You should also attache a copy of your receipt notice if you have it. If you have earlier contacted the USCIS National Customer Service Center to check your USCIS case status and more than 30 days have gone and you have not received a reply you may email the USCIS Service Center which has control over your case.

Your receipt notice will specify EAC for the Vermont Service Center, SRC for the Texas Service Center, LIN for the Nebraska Service Center, or WAC for the California Service Center.

6. In person:

If you wish to know the status of your case in person, you can schedule an InfoPass meeting with your local office and speak with an immigration officer personally. An InfoPass appointment can be scheduled here: InfoPass Appointment Scheduling.

Most people choose to have updates sent to their email or phone so that they don’t have to frequently go to the USCIS website to check.

7. The green card tracker is made to calculate your place in line for a green card. If you have a pending I-485, ustilize this calculator to figure out the total number of applications in front of you.

This implies all cases that are from your country and in the same employment-based group, but have an priority date prior than yours.

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