On June 1, 2019, USCIS will close its phone service allowing individuals to request immigration forms via telephone.
Currently, individuals can call USCIS and ask for application forms and instructions to be mailed to their address without paying a fee. After June 1, 2019, this service will be canceled.
Please note, the USCIS “forms by mail” service for immigration application forms will still be available online. This service is accessible only to individual claimants. Companies are unable to use this service to request immigration forms.
USCIS states that it is canceling its telephonic form request services in an attempt to improve its services and reduce its costs. The agency notes that application forms are easy to download directly from the USCIS website. USCIS forms are free to request and download. Please be aware of fraudulent companies trying to charge fees for immigration forms.
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