For a complete explanation of the fees, required forms and documentation associated with the forms that we may accept directly at this office, click on the form name within the tab. Residents of Mexico filing with USCIS Ciudad Juarez may submit the petition and supporting evidence in person or by mail.
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If you need to file both Form I-212 and Form I-601, file them together at the Lockbox address specified in the Form I-601 instructions.
If USCIS Ciudad Juarez decides that exceptional and compelling humanitarian circumstances warrant filing your Form I-601 with USCIS Ciudad Juarez, you can also file the Form I-212 with the Form I-601.
Please Note: If you have a pending domestically filed refugee travel document application, or if you currently possess a valid refugee travel document, you are not eligible to apply for the document abroad. Please also see our Policy Manual for quick reference charts and information on overseas naturalization benefits for qualifying spouses, children, and parents of U. Any individual who wishes to abandon his or her permanent resident status and give up his or her Permanent Resident Card (Green Card). You will need to turn in your Permanent Resident Card, if available, along with any other travel documents issued by USCIS. Individuals who have been referred for refugee resettlement through the U. If you have questions about eligibility for a referral for refugee resettlement, please contact the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) through the information on the UNHCR website.If you are filing to adopt a child from a Hague Adoption Convention Country, you must use Form I-800A and Form I-800 and file with USCIS in the United States. citizen petitioners who reside in the United States but will travel and adopt a child, or obtain legal custody of a child for purposes of emigration and adoption, from a non-Hague Adoption Convention country where the USCIS office is located, or U. citizen petitioners who live within this field office’s jurisdiction and seek to adopt a child from a non-Hague Adoption Convention country.To request orphan classification for a child who either is, or will be, adopted by a U. citizen to allow the child to enter the United States. For more information about filing criteria related to these filing options, please see Form I-600 filing instructions. You can find information on intercountry adoptions and procedures on the Department of State website and in the Adoption section of our website.USCIS Ciudad Juarez is in the Latin America, Canada and the Caribbean District and has jurisdiction over U. immigration matters in the Mexican States of Baja California Norte, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Durango, Sinaloa and Sonora. All customers must make an online appointment to visit USCIS Ciudad Juarez. However, if you have an emergency or are unable to make an online appointment because of circumstances beyond your control, you may visit our office between the hours of a.m. If you do not have an online appointment, you must wait to be seen until everyone with an appointment has been served. The original documents, with one copy of the originals, and the English translation should be submitted with the petition.
The office is closed on Mexican and American holidays. For petitions filed at this field office, you must submit one or more of the following: Any document issued in a foreign language must be accompanied by a full English translation and by the translator's certification that he or she is competent to translate the foreign language into English.
Further instructions on requesting expedited processing can be found in the USCIS policy memorandum on expedited processing.