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Immigration Applicants: Forms by Mail Service Ending Soon | godoy law office immigration lawyers

Immigration Applicants: Forms by Mail Service Ending Soon!

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is streamlining its services! As of July 18, 2024, the Forms by Mail service will be discontinued. This means you won’t be able to request physical copies of USCIS forms through the mail anymore. This change won’t affect your ability to apply for immigration benefits. All USCIS forms and instructions are still readily available for download, free of charge, on the USCIS website: https://www.uscis.gov/.

How To Get USCIS Immigration Forms

USCIS will not accept form requests received through the uscis.gov website or by mail after July 18, 2024.

Here’s what ending USCIS forms by mail means for you:
  • Convenience at Your Fingertips: Easily access any USCIS form you need directly from the comfort of your home or local library.
  • Save Time and Paper: Download and print only the forms you need, eliminating unnecessary waiting and reducing paper waste.
  • Stay Up-to-Date: Access the latest versions of forms and instructions to ensure a smooth application process.
Do You Need Help Finding a USCIS Form? 
The USCIS website offers a user-friendly search tool to help you locate the specific form you require for your immigration application.

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