USCIS CASE STATUS
USCIS CASE STATUS
Use this tool to track the status of an immigration
application, petition, or request.
If you have already got a USCIS receipt number, you’ll be able to check your case status on the uscis.gov website.
Your receipt number may be a 13-character case number allotted to you by USCIS once your application was accepted. you’ll be able to find the receipt range – beginning with 3 letters like SRC, LIN, etc. – sometimes on your type I-797 Receipt Notice. often you will additionally see the number on other USCIS notices. If you have more than one case pending at USCIS, you’ll be able to additionally check the status of multiple applications by registering an account at the official uscis.gov website.
Keep in mind that alternative U.S. govt. agencies, like the Department of State (DOS), also handle immigration cases. These cases won’t be found within the USCIS My Case status
If the online status information is insufficient or unavailable, you may try other methods: USCIS phone menu, USCIS case status by phone, USCIS case status in person, USCIS case status by email.
USCIS assigns a 13-character case range (receipt number) to every application. example: WAC-129-038-3619, Avoid any dashes or areas within the number once checking case standing. example, enter WAC1290383619 in the text box above. However, enter all alternative characters, as well as asterisks (*), if they’re a part of the receipt range.
|BBB-||The service center or office that received your case.|
SRC – Texas Service Center (TSC, formerly Southern Regional Center)LIN – Nebraska Service Center (NSC, Lincoln, NE)WAC – California Service Center (CSC, formerly Western Adjudication Center)
EAC – Vermont Service Center (VSC, formerly Eastern Adjudication Center)
MSC – Missouri Service Center (MSC, transitioned to NBC)
NBC – National Benefits Center (NBC, for N-400 Naturalization and other cases)
|XX:||The fiscal year of USCIS, from October 1 to September 30. Cases filed from 10/01/2006 to 09/30/2007 will have xx = 07|
|YYY:||The working day of the fiscal year when your case is received. 10/01 = 001|
|Z:||This digit is part of a serial number but may have certain meanings for USCIS internal use.|
|MMMM:||A serial number assigned to your case based on the number of cases received, starting from 0001|