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USCIS Revises Instructions on Where to Submit Applications Previously Processed by Its Tijuana Field Office
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U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today revised its instructions on where to submit applications previously processed by its Tijuana Field Office. The Tijuana Field Office is closing on July 3, 2008 and to prepare, the agency stopped accepting the following applications and transferred responsibilities as reflected below.

Petition to Classify Alien as an Immediate Relative, (Form I-130)– The last date USCIS accepted the application was June 20, 2008. After that date applicants should submit I-130 applications to the USCIS Mexico City district office.

Petition to Classify Orphan as an Immediate Relative, (Form I-600)– The last date USCIS accepted the application was June 20, 2008. After that date applicants should submit I-600 applications to the USCIS Mexico City district office.

Application for Advance Processing of Orphan Petition, (Form I-600A/I-800A)– The last date USCIS accepted the application was June 20, 2008. After that date, applications should submit their I-600A/I-800A applications to the USCIS Ciudad Juarez field office.

Abandonment of Lawful Permanent Resident Status (Form I-407)– The last date USCIS will accept the application is July 1, 2008. After then, the U.S. State Department will process and send the Form I-407 and documents to USCIS in Mexico City for destruction system updates.

Contact USCIS’ Mexico City district office by e-mail: mexico.uscis@dhs.gov, telephone: 5255-5080-2000, or fax: 5255-5080-2326. Mail forms and required supporting documents to:
DHS/USCIS
PO Box 9000
Brownsville, Texas 78520
Express Mail:
DHS/USCIS
Embajada Americana
Ave. Paseo de la Reforma #305-118
Col. Cuauhtémoc CP 06500
Mexico, DF. MEXICO


Contact USCIS’ field office in Ciudad Juarez by e-mail, cdj.uscis@dhs.gov. Mail forms and supporting documents to:

DHS/USCIS Ciudad Juarez
PO Box 9896
El Paso, TX 79989
Physical Address:
DHS/USCIS Ciudad Juarez
Carlos Villareal 3088-306
Col. Margaritas
Cd. Juarez, CHIH 32300



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