Do USCIS Immigration officers help fill out immigration forms?
No. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officers don’t help applicants fill out immigration forms.
There are different categories of USCIS officers responsible for the various functions including,Immigration Services Officers (ISO), Records Managers, Public Affairs Officers, Mission Support Specialists, Space Management Specialists, Field Security Managers, Contract Specialists, Appeals Officers, Human Resources Specialist, Asylum Officers, Financial Programs and Cost Analysts and Refugee Officers.
ISOs working in USCIS field offices are responsible for interviewing those applying for immigration benefits and naturalization. Likewise, the job of the ISOs at USCIS service centers is to process the immigration and naturalization applications the applicants file. Their job is to make sure only those eligible for the benefit they are asking for receive the particular benefit.
Immigration lawyers, paralegals and accredited representatives are those who you can reach out to, to get help. You can also complete your naturalization or immigration applications by yourself, by making use of our online Form Navigator™.
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