This information is gathered and presented by the Nebraska Library Commission Reference Staff as a public service to those seeking information about the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service offices located in Nebraska. We are not affiliated in any way with the INS, nor do we have information about status of individual applications.
- Application Support Centers Serving Nebraska U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
- Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Process
- Finding the Status of Your Case
- Forms for downloading or by mail
- Ordering forms by telephone (1-800-870-3676)
- Frequently Asked Questions about Immigration
- Guide to Naturalization PDF document
- Local Office for Nebraska The USCIS office that serves your area is the: Omaha Field Office. The office is located at: 1717 Avenue H Omaha, NE 68110. (The office is between downtown Omaha & Eppley Airfield) The mailing address is: USCIS 1717 Avenue H Omaha, NE 68110. Visiting The Office: The Omaha CIS Field Office now requires acceptable photo ID for entrance into this Federal Facility for any CIS interview, ASC or INFOPASS appointment.
- Service Centers and the National Benefit Center for Nebraska The Nebraska Service Center accepts and processes applications and petitions from people residing in the following states: Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Where To File: Our service area varies depending on the type of form you will file, and the filing instructions for that form. Applications and petitions to be filed here must be filed by mail unless the form instructions offer an e-filing option. File your application/petition following the instructions for the application or petition. When you file, we will mail you a receipt within 30 days after we receive your case. Your receipt will describe how your case will be processed.
- Travel Visas Information on obtaining a travel visa to enter the United States, from the U.S. Department of State.
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