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What is InfoPass?

InfoPass is free online service which is made available through the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Individuals can visit the USCIS wesbite at any time to schedule an InfoPass appointment.

How Do I Setup an Appointment?

An appointment can be made be visiting the USCIS InfoPass website. The individual needs to select their language preference, so that accommodations can be made. They will be provided with a calendar which displays all available appointment dates and times and may select a time that works best for them. Once a date and time has been confirmed on the InfoPass website, an appointment notice document will be generated. The appointment notice needs to be printed out, or the individual can write down the confirmation number and PIN number they created. They should bring this information to their InfoPass appointment.

Is There Anything Else I Should Bring to An InfoPass Appointment?

Any documents which will help an immigration officer with explaining your situation need to be brought to your InfoPass appointment, along with your InfoPass appointment notice confirmation. You should bring any government-issued identification that you might have, your Form I-94, any USCIS correspondence which has been issued to you, along with a translation of any foreign documents that you have questions about.

What if I Just Have a Simple Question?

The InfoPass website has a portion in the lower-right of the page, which allows an individual to ask a simple question about their case without having to go through the appointment process. You can contact the USCIS Contact Center to see if your question can be answered over the phone.

What If I Need to Cancel or Reschedule My Appointment?

Access the confirmation number and PIN that were generated on your original appointment notice and enter that information on the InfoPass website. You will be provided with options to reschedule or cancel your appointment after entering the requested information.

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