Check the status of your Immigration case @ USCIS:

Get your Electronic I-94 Card & Travel History:

Find out if you can Adjust your Status (AOS), Visa Bulletin:

More information about the Bulletin:

Address Change Information:
All non-immigrants and permanent residents are required to notify USCIS of their address change within 10 days:

Finding an authorized doctor for your immigration medical exam (form I-693):

Public Charge Rule Information:

How to apply for a Social Security Number:

Other resources:

ESTA Travel Authorization
US Consulates and Embassie


  • USCIS has suspended all in-person services, including all interviews and naturalization ceremonies until at least May 4, 2020
  • General Consular Services suspended
  • The US has limited nonessential travel across the borders with Mexico and Canada
  • USCIS Temporarily accepting copies of documents with original signatures
  • USCIS has suspended Premium Processing for most petitions as of March 20, 2020


Can I Travel?

Considering travel bans, consulate closings and the overall Covid-19 situation, we are advising all our clients: DO NOT TRAVEL.

We understand your frustration. We are in the business of allowing our clients to travel. But at the present moment, international travel is risky.

Why is my case taking so long?

You are not alone in your frustrations as they pertain to USCIS delays in processing. We have been seeing protracted delays in all visa categories. Find out more about processing delays here.

Can I use Premium Processing?

Premium processing for most Visa categories has been suspended as of March 20, 2020.

How can I renew my Driver’s License?

In order to request a Drivers License or renew your Drivers License the Dept of Motor Vehicles requires evidence of your current status in the United States. The required document(s) vary based on you immigration status/classification and local/state requirements.

If you live in Florida, please visit: