Notices from USCIS


December 28, 2009


Some public notices from the USCIS. (Please click on the images to enlarge.)

USCIS Combines Appointments for Rota and Tinian Applicants
Applicants from Rota and Tinian Have Biometries Taken at Interview Appointment
SAIPAN, CNMI- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) advises applicants for immigration benefits in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) who live in Rota or Tinian that appointments for biometrics and interviews have been combined into one. USCIS did this to minimize the expense people face in traveling to Saipan twice for separate biometrics appointment and interview.

If an applicant in Rota or Tinian who is awaiting an interview receives a notice of a biometrics appointment, he or she can ignore that notice and have the fingerprints and photograph taken the day of the interview.

For more information about immigration benefits or to check the status of your application, please visit www.uscis.gov or www.uscis.gov/cnmi; contact USCIS Customer Service at 1-800-375-5283; or make an appointment at www.uscis.gov to visit the USCIS office at TSL Plaza in Saipan.



Press Release
USCIS Advises CNMI Public to Use P.O. Box on Immigration Applications
If you filed Advance Parole without P.O. Box, Pick up Travel Document at ASC Saipan

SAIPAN, CNMI- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) advises people in the CNMI who submit an immigration application to use their Post Office Box where the immigration form asks for a street or physical address. This is very important as applications that do not use P.O. Boxes are returned.

Also use your P.O. Box when requesting Advance Parole on the 1-131 Application for Travel Document or your application will be delayed. If an applicant has already mailed another type of application - other than for Advance Parole -to USCIS using a street name, it is important to complete a change of address. There are four ways to do change your address:
1. Complete a Change of Address on-line at www.uscis.gov/addresschange
2. Call USCIS Customer Service at 1-800-375-5283
3. Make an InfoPass appointment on-line at www.infopass.uscis.gov to visit the local USCIS ASC in Saipan
4. Send an e-mail to uscis.saipan@,dhs.gov.
If you have a pending application or petition and are & a U.S. citizq you must also complete a paper or electronic AR-11 Change of Address to change your address in our master database. This form is available online at www.uscis.gov; by mail through USCIS Customer Service at
1-800-375-5283; or at the USCIS office at TSL Plaza in Saipan.

USCIS is the agency in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that handles immigration benefits.




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