The official website of the federal government’s immigration agency. Find information about applying for a green card/legal permanent residency, U.S. citizenship, family-based petitions, work-based petitions, and other forms of immigration relief. Can also check on your case status. Available in English and Spanish.
Find out how long it takes to process an application or petition at a particular USCIS office.
The official website of the federal government’s immigration investigation agency, which handles deportation and removal.
A listing of U.S. embassies and consulates and their websites by country.
Find information about the National Visa Center, the agency that conducts immigrant visa pre-processing after USCIS approves immigrant visa petitions.
Find information about cut-off dates for visa availability by country and other immigrant visa information.
Find information about applying for, replacing, or changing information on a U.S. passport.
Find information about the U.S. Selective Service, which males between ages 18 and 25 generally must register to apply for immigration benefits.
The official website for EOIR, the federal office that conducts immigration court proceedings, appellate reviews, and administrative hearings.
Find information about benefits and services available to immigrants in employment, finance, housing, and more.
Find information about public benefits available to immigrants in New York City.
NYC Criminal Court’s list of frequently asked questions. Find information on how to obtain a certificate of disposition, an official document that indicates the current status of a case or its final disposition.
Find information about free and low-cost tax preparation services, wire transfers, assistance with Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) applications, financial counseling, finanacial management classes, and more.
Find information about free and low-cost English and civics classes in the five boroughs, upstate, Long Island, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.
Find information about free and low-cost English classes through the City University of New York (CUNY) and other organizations in the five boroughs.
Find information on various resources for immigrants from ILRC and other community organizations, including a guide to living in the U.S. for immigrant youth, a guide to community resources, anti-fraud assistance, and more.
A community resource on deportation. Find more information on the basics of deportation, the current detention and deportation system, the role of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the criminal justice system, community organizing campaigns against deportation, and more.