Over 7100 green card recipients lived in Wisconsin in 2019 (Statista). In the U.S., it’s the responsibility of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to process all applicants except those seeking asylum. The federal agency’s field offices play an important role in this processing: these offices interview applicants, communicate with applicants about case-related issues, and provide other immigration-related info and services.
The complete network of the USCIS includes its physical locations, contact center, and website. Available in English and Spanish, the agency’s website is the top resource for general and case-specific information. You can find everything from green card and citizenship requirements to office visitor policy and closings. To help you follow the progress of your case, there are tools for processing times, fee calculation, case progress, and early filing.