The citizenship and immigration services (USCIS) is the federal department responsible for handling lawful immigration to the U.S. The federal agency not only processes applications but also provides a wealth of information on the subject through its online and physical presence.
When it comes to physical locations, field offices are central to the functioning of the federal agency because they manage applicant interviews, provide information, and arrange oath-taking events. Regardless of where you live in the U.S., you’re likely to have a field office near you. The USCIS has designated Districts where the offices are located. The Districts are divided into 4 regions: Western, Central, North East, and South East.