What type of case do you have?
Get helpful information based on what type of immigration case you have.
Learn more about an immigration case filed with USCIS, including applications for green cards, citizenship, naturalization, and work permits.Learn More
Learn more about your visa case, whether it is at the National Visa Center, or any consulate or embassy around the world.Learn More
Immigration Court Cases
Learn more about your immigration court case, including information on checking your hearing date, what to expect, and how to stop deportation.Learn More
Questions about your immigration case?
Here are some articles on commonly asked questions about immigration cases.
My USCIS Case Status
Have you filed an application for a green card, citizenship, or work permit? Learn more to help make the process go smoothly.Learn More
The Trump Administration has made it harder for immigrants to prove they financially qualify for a green card. Find out more about how to show you are not a public charge.
Did you file a green card application using a Form I-485. We can help you to check its status.
USCIS cases often get delayed. Learn some strategies for speeding up your case.
If you applied for a green card, citizenship, or other immigration benefit with USCIS, you may encounter delays in processing. These can be frustrating, but here are some common causes of delays and how to fix them.
Check My Visa Status
Are you applying for a green card through a U.S. consulate or embassy? Learn how to check the status of your visa case and more.Learn More
To get your green card through a U.S. Consulate, you’ll have to send a lot of things to the National Visa Center (NVC). Learn more about what you need to send to keep things moving along.
After you finish your visa interview at the U.S. consulate or embassy, there are still a few steps need to get your immigrant visa, and ultimately your green card.
If you are trying to get an immigrant visa through a U.S. consulate, you’ll have to first deal with the National Visa Center. Delays can be frustrating for immigrants and lawyers. Find out more about handling NVC case delays.
Getting an immigrant visa to enter the United States as a lawful permanent resident involves several steps, and doing it yourself is no easy task. Learn more about how your visa case will be processed.
Immigration Court Cases
If you are in deportation proceedings, you will need to be sure you know when and where to go for court, and how to prepare.Learn More
Immigration court is serious business. Find out more about how to prepare for your next immigration court date.
You cannot afford to miss an immigration court hearing. Learn the best ways to verify the date, place, and time of your next immigration court hearing.
If you entered the U.S. illegally, you are not alone. And just because you are in deportation proceedings does not mean you have no rights. Learn more about your options in immigration court.
Green card holders sometimes wind up in deportation proceedings. If you or your loved one is a permanent resident, and has to go to immigration court, here is what you need to know.