Local USCIS Office in Dallas, Texas

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Local USCIS Office in Dallas, Texas

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The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is a federal agency that works through field offices present within and outside the U.S., along with its online resources and phone service.

The field office where you should go for your appointment or interview depends on your location. The USCIS has its own system for organizing its offices: it divides them into Districts and Regions. Some States have many Districts while others only have a few.

The Dallas Field Office

The Dallas field office of the USCIS is located at:

Dallas (DAL) 6500 Campus Circle Drive East Irving, TX 75063

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The USCIS office serves the cities of Dallas, Irving, and Fort Worth and the following counties:

  • Anderson, Armstrong, Archer, Andrews

  • Briscoe, Bosque, Bowie, Baylor, Borden

  • Cass, Castro, Camp, Callahan, Cherokee, Carson, Cottle, Childress, Collin, Cochran, Clay, Comanche, Collingsworth, Cooke, Crosby

  • Dallas, Dawson, Dallam, Delta, Dickens, Deaf Smith, Denton, Donley

  • Erath, Eastland, Ellis

  • Floyd, Franklin, Foard, Fannin, Freestone, Fisher

  • Gray, Garza, Gregg, Grayson, Gaines

  • Harison, Hamilton, Hansford, Hall, Hale, Hardeman, Hemphill, Hartley, Haskell, Henderson, Hood, Hopkins, Hockley, Hill, Houston, Hunt, Howard, Hutchinson

  • Jones, Jack, Johnson

  • Kent, Knox, King, Kaufman

  • Lamb, Limestone, Leon, Lipscomb, Lynn, Lamar,

  • Martin, Montague, Marion, Mitchell, Morris, Moore, Motley

  • Nolan, Navarro

  • Oldham, Ochiltree

  • Parker, Potter, Panola, Palo Pinta

  • Red River, Rockwall, Randall, Rusk, Rains, Roberts

  • Sherman, Scurry, Smith, Shackelford, Somervell, Swisher, Stephens, Stonewall

  • Terry, Tarrant, Taylor, Titus, Throckmorton

  • Upshur

  • Van Zandt

  • Wise, Wilbarger, Wheeler, Wood, Wichita

  • Young, and Yoakum

The Dallas Field Office

The Dallas field office of the USCIS is located at:

Dallas (DAL) 6500 Campus Circle Drive East Irving, TX 75063

Get Direction on the Map →

The USCIS office serves the cities of Dallas, Irving, and Fort Worth and the following counties:

  • Anderson, Armstrong, Archer, Andrews

  • Briscoe, Bosque, Bowie, Baylor, Borden

  • Cass, Castro, Camp, Callahan, Cherokee, Carson, Cottle, Childress, Collin, Cochran, Clay, Comanche, Collingsworth, Cooke, Crosby

  • Dallas, Dawson, Dallam, Delta, Dickens, Deaf Smith, Denton, Donley

  • Erath, Eastland, Ellis

  • Floyd, Franklin, Foard, Fannin, Freestone, Fisher

  • Gray, Garza, Gregg, Grayson, Gaines

  • Harison, Hamilton, Hansford, Hall, Hale, Hardeman, Hemphill, Hartley, Haskell, Henderson, Hood, Hopkins, Hockley, Hill, Houston, Hunt, Howard, Hutchinson

  • Jones, Jack, Johnson

  • Kent, Knox, King, Kaufman

  • Lamb, Limestone, Leon, Lipscomb, Lynn, Lamar,

  • Martin, Montague, Marion, Mitchell, Morris, Moore, Motley

  • Nolan, Navarro

  • Oldham, Ochiltree

  • Parker, Potter, Panola, Palo Pinta

  • Red River, Rockwall, Randall, Rusk, Rains, Roberts

  • Sherman, Scurry, Smith, Shackelford, Somervell, Swisher, Stephens, Stonewall

  • Terry, Tarrant, Taylor, Titus, Throckmorton

  • Upshur

  • Van Zandt

  • Wise, Wilbarger, Wheeler, Wood, Wichita

  • Young, and Yoakum

Case Processing Times

Case processing times depend on the location of the office, so you should check the processing time based on your application and field office. (You don’t have to visit an office to find out these times because they’re available on the USCIS site.) Given below are the processing times for three types of cases at the Dallas field office:

  • Naturalization (N-400): 14.5 months to 16 months
  • Certificate of Citizenship (N-600): 4.5 months to 12.5 months
  • Citizenship and Issuance of Certificate Under Section 322 (N-600K): 6.5 months to 25.5 months

The processing times USCIS provides are based on historical data captured two months before updating the site. For many types of forms, the time is given as a range, like the times shown above.

Case-Related Tools

Through its website, the USCIS offers many tools that make it easy to follow the progress of your case. For starters, you can track the status of your case by providing your Receipt Number (the 13-character identifier you receive when you submit an application or petition).

If your case is taking too long to process, you can find out why by submitting an e-Request. Before submitting this request though make sure that your Receipt Number comes before the receipt date for case inquiries. (The date for case inquiries is given on the same page as the processing time for your case.)

Visiting Guidelines

When visiting the Dallas field office you’re required to observe certain guidelines: You’ll have to make an appointment because walk-ins aren’t allowed. You’re not allowed to do any audio or video recording while inside. Weapons and ammunition are also prohibited. More information about visiting is available here: Visitor Policy and Local Offices.

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