No matter what you apply for, you will probably have to fill out some government forms, prepare documents, pay fees, and interat with the immigration bureaucracy. Learn more about how to handle these matters here.
Who Needs to Submit Form G-28 With an Immigration Application?
Form G-28 is used only to indicate a lawyer's representation in an immigration case.
Filling Out Form I-912 for an Immigration Fee Waiver
Government filing fees for immigration processing can be expensive. However, if you don’t earn much money and you don’t have a lot of assets, you can ask USCIS for a waiver.
Made a Mistake on an Immigration Form? How to Correct It
Don't just leave a mistake uncorrected and hope for the best, or it might come back to bite you.
Protect Yourself Against USCIS Losing Your Immigration Application
Plan ahead for the possibility that a U.S. government agency may lose all or part of your application for a visa, green card, or other immigration benefit.
What's My Naturalization Certificate Number and Date and Place of Issuance?
Where to find naturalization certificate information with which to fill in USCIS forms.
FAQs About Paying Immigration Filing Fees
No, you can't get a refund—and other answers to common questions about immigration filing fees.
How H-4 Visa Holder Can Apply for a Work Permit (EAD)
Not every H-4 spouse is eligible for an EAD. Learn whether you are, and how to prepare and submit your application.
Sample Format for Translating Non-English Documents for Immigration Applications
If you will be submitting birth, marriage, or other certificates in a foreign language with your immigration application, learn the rules for translation into English.
Creating Substitute Documents or Affidavits for Immigration Applications
What to do when the certificate or document you need for your application cannot be found.
What will USCIS do if the check with my application bounces?
Second chances are possible, but the beneficiary's Priority Date may be affected.
CARRP Program Creates Long Delays for Muslim-Americans Applying for Immigration Benefits
Is your application for asylum taking much longer than it should? Your country of origin may be a factor.
Information on Work Permit Card Incorrect? How to Fix It
Mistakes happen. Here's what to do if they happened on your all-important work-permit card.
How to Handle a Request for Evidence (RFE) From USCIS
When U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) needs more information in order to proceed any further on your application, it will issue you a Request for Evidence (RFE) on blue paper.
Applying to Reinstate Your F-1 or M-1 Student Status
Students who have fallen out of F-1 or M-1 status may request their status back using USCIS Form I-539.