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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can be very a very complicated agency to navigate, and as your federal representative, I may be able to assist you in securing answers to the questions you may have relating to the process of becoming a U.S. Citizen, how to renew your Permanent Resident (Green) Card and many of the other questions you may have relating to this agency.

If you are unable to secure the help you need through the following resources, I am happy to try to assist you.  However, I will need your written permission to contact the USCIS on your behalf.  A Privacy Act Release form will need to be completed and sent with a detailed explanation of your request for assistance to: 

  Office Location:  216 6th Street
 Racine, Wisconsin, 53403

  Mailing Address:  Congressman Paul Ryan
 1233-B Longworth HOB
 Washington, DC 20515 
 
  Fax:   262-637-5689


Websites

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
The USCIS web site has information about immigration applications and instructions, addresses for USCIS offices, information about fee changes, and provides a service to order forms online or through the mail.

USCIS National Customer Service Center
1-800-375-5283

GobiernoUSA.gov
Información oficial en español

Frequently Asked Questions

How can Congressman Ryan assist me when I have a problem with USCIS?

Where can I obtain USCIS forms?

Where do I find out what the current USCIS processing times are?

Where should I submit my USCIS form(s) for processing?

What are the current filing fees?

How can an individual make an appointment to speak with an officer at the local USCIS office?

How can I find out if there is a visa available for me?

Where can I obtain information about applying for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)?