Local USCIS Office in San Antonio, Texas

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Local USCIS Office in San Antonio, Texas

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The field offices of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) are responsible for processing all non-asylum applications. The federal agency has divided the country into 26 districts.

There may be multiple districts within a State, and a district may have multiple field offices. The state of Texas has three districts: San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas.

The San Antonio Field Office

The San Antonio Field Office is located at:

San Antonio (SNA) 20760 North US Highway 281 San Antonio, TX 78258

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  • Atascosa, Aransas

  • Bastrop, Bee, Brown, Blanco, Bell, Brooks, Bexar, Burnett, Burleson,

  • Coleman, Concho, Comal, Crockett, Coryell

  • Duval, De Witt, Dimmitt

  • Edwards

  • Frio, Falls, Fayette

  • Glasscock, Gonzalez, Gillespie, Goliad, Guadalupe

  • Hays

  • Irion

  • Jim Hogg, Jackson, Jim Wells

  • Kendall, Kimball, Karnes, Kerr, Kinney

  • Lee, Lampasas, Lavaca, La Salle, Llano, Live Oak

  • Mason, Menard, Medina, McCulloch, Milam, McLennan, Mills,

  • Nueces,

  • Real, Robertson, Reagan, Refugio, Runnels

  • San Saba, Sterling, San Patrico, Schleicher, Sutton

  • Travis, Tom Green

  • Uvalde

  • Victoria, Val Verde

  • Webb, Wilson, Williamson

  • Zavala, and Zapanta

The San Antonio Field Office

The San Antonio Field Office is located at:

San Antonio (SNA) 20760 North US Highway 281 San Antonio, TX 78258

Get Direction on the Map →

  • Atascosa, Aransas

  • Bastrop, Bee, Brown, Blanco, Bell, Brooks, Bexar, Burnett, Burleson

  • Coleman, Concho, Comal, Crockett, Coryell

  • Coleman, Concho, Comal, Crockett, Coryell

  • Edwards,

  • Frio, Falls, Fayette

  • Glasscock, Gonzalez, Gillespie, Goliad, Guadalupe

  • Hays

  • Irion

  • Jim Hogg, Jackson, Jim Wells

  • Kendall, Kimball, Karnes, Kerr, Kinney

  • Lee, Lampasas, Lavaca, La Salle, Llano, Live Oak

  • Mason, Menard, Medina, McCulloch, Milam, McLennan, Mills

  • Nueces

  • Real, Robertson, Reagan, Refugio, Runnels

  • San Saba, Sterling, San Patrico, Schleicher, Sutton

  • Travis, Tom Green

  • Uvalde

  • Victoria, Val Verde

  • Webb, Wilson, Williamson

  • Zavala, and Zapata

Case Processing Times

The USCIS site provides case processing times for the various types of applications. You can check for processing times by providing your form type and office location. Given below are the San Antonio offices’ processing times for naturalization and citizenship forms:

  • Naturalization (N-400): 7 months to 13 months
  • Certificate of Citizenship (N-600): 6.5 months to 16 months
  • Citizenship and Issuance of Certificate Under Section 322 (N-600K): 6.5 months to 25.5 months

From the times given above, you can see that there is a lot of difference between the two figures given in the time ranges. This is because the first figure, 7 months for the N-400, for example, is the time it takes to process half of the applications, and the second figure is the time for processing over 93% of the cases.

Closings Check

Another important thing to remember regarding visits is that the timings of an office may change or the office may be closed on the day of your appointment. This may happen because of bad weather or an unusual event. If you have an appointment, then check the USCIS Office Closings page before visiting.

Rescheduling Appointments

If it’s you who won’t be able to reach on time or reach at all, then contact USCS to reschedule your appointment. The procedure for rescheduling appointments will be given on your appointment notice. According to the USCIS, you shouldn’t visit if you are sick or start to feel symptoms. There are no monetary or other penalties for rescheduling an appointment.

Field Office Visits

Similar to many public and private service providers, the USCIS has adopted COVID-19 SOPs that visitors are required to follow. Here are some of these SOPs:

  • Cover your mouth and nose with a suitable mask. Bandanas, exhaust valve masks, and neck gaiters are considered by USCIS to be unsuitable coverings
  • Do not enter if you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19 or if you haven’t yet received your COVID-19 test result
  • Leave at once if your temperature is measured at 100.4°F or above (Application Support Centers are an exception)
  • You may enter 15 minutes before the appointment (30 minutes in the case of naturalization ceremonies).
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