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Borders, Customs, and Immigration

Borders, customs, and immigration

General

▶Agencies

Homeland Security Dept. (DHS), Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman,MS 0180, 20528-0180; (202) 357-8100. Fax, (202) 357-0042. Julie Kirchner, Ombudsman. Toll-free, (855) 882-8100.

General email, cisombudsman@hq.dhs.gov

Web, www.dhs.gov/cisombudsman

Assists individuals and employers in resolving problems with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS); proposes changes in the administrative practices of USCIS in an effort to mitigate identified problems.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) (Homeland Security Dept.),20 Massachusetts Ave. N.W., 20529; (800) 375-5283. L. Francis Cissna, Director. Press, (202) 272-1200. TTY, (800) 767-1833.

Web, www.uscis.gov and Twitter, @USCIS

Responsible for the delivery of immigration and citizenship services. Priorities include the promotion of national security and the implementation of measures to improve service delivery.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (Homeland Security Dept.),1300 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., #4.4A, 20229; (202) ...

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