Local USCIS Office in Boise, Idaho

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Local USCIS Office in Boise, Idaho

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The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is a federal agency through which the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) provides various immigration services. The USCIS offers immigration-related services through its official website as well through offices located across the country and overseas.

In the U.S., the USCIS has divided the country into 4 regions (Northeast, Southeast, Central, and Western) with each region having a regional director. The regions are further divided into 26 districts. Within each district, there may be several field offices.

The Boise Field Office

The Boise field office is located in the Central Region and Denver District and its address is:

Boise (BOI) 1185 South Vinnell Way Boise, ID 83709

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This USCIS office serves the following areas:

  • Adams, Ada

  • Bear Lake, Boise, Butte, Banbokc, Bingham, Bonneville, Blaine

  • Canyon, Clark, Camas,Caribou, Custer, Cassia

  • Elmore

  • Fremont, Franklin

  • Gooding, Gem

  • Jerome, Jefferson

  • Lincoln, Lemhi

  • Minidoka, Madison

  • Owyhee, Oneida

  • Power, Payette

  • Twin Falls, Teton

  • Valley

  • Washington

The Boise Field Office

The Boise field office is located in the Central Region and Denver District and its address is:

Boise (BOI) 1185 South Vinnell Way Boise, ID 83709

Get Direction on the Map →

This USCIS office serves the following areas:

  • Adams, Ada

  • Bear Lake, Boise, Butte, Banbokc, Bingham, Bonneville, Blaine

  • Canyon, Clark, Camas,Caribou, Custer, Cassia

  • Elmore

  • Fremont, Franklin

  • Gooding, Gem

  • Jerome, Jefferson

  • Lincoln, Lemhi

  • Minidoka, Madison

  • Owyhee, Oneida

  • Power, Payette

  • Twin Falls, Teton

  • Valley

  • Washington

Change of Address

If your zip code or address changes then you should inform the USCIS about it to ensure there aren’t any delays in processing your case. Note that you’ll have to separately update your information with the agency and the Postal Service.

If you’ve filed your form online, you’ll most likely be able to can change your address by using your USCIS online account. (Many types of forms are available for online submission and creating an online account is necessary for submitting any of those forms). Another option is to submit the change of address form (AR-11). More information on address changes is available in the following section of the site.

Case Processing Times

The federal agency provides you with online tools to check processing times and the progress of your case. The processing times are given in months and calculated for the application form and the office. The Boise field office has the following times for N-600 and N-400:

  • N-600 (Certificate of Citizenship): 6.5 to 14.5 months
  • N-600K (Citizenship and Issuance of Certificate Under Section 322): 10 to 22.5 months
  • N-400 (Naturalization): 12 to 17.5 months

Note that sometimes cases take longer to process than the shown time. With each processing time, the USCIS also gives you a case inquiry date and instructions for submitting your inquiries.

Besides checking the processing times, you can also see how your application or petition is progressing. The following tool uses your Receipt Number to provide you the information.

USCIS Filing Fees

Besides submitting forms online, you can also calculate the filing fees for many form types online. If you live inside the U.S., you can also pay your fee online through your bank or card. It’s also possible to pay that fee at the field office. Other options include payment by mail using a money order, check, or card. For more information, visit the filing fees section of the site.

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