USCIS Immigration Assistance Contacts In Texas For Hurricane Victims
USCIS CONTINUES OPERATIONS AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA
USCIS is aware of the impact that Hurricane Katrina has had on some of our customers, especially the immigrant communities of the Gulf Coast. We are reviewing processes that will allow us to continue our operations and ensure that immigrants are able to receive benefits and services. Due to the high volume of displaced persons, ALL USCIS offices will be assisting hurricane victims.
IMMIGRATION ASSISTANCE CONTACTS IN TEXAS
USCIS has established points of contact in Texas to get answers about immigration-related questions for hurricane victims.
– Dallas District Office
8101 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75247
The office is located between Mockingbird Lane and Empire Central on the inbound side of I-35 (Stemmons Freeway) and serves all of Dallas, Fort Worth, Irving, North Central Texas (Panhandle and North of Waco).
– Houston District Office
Houston, Texas 77060
The office is located in the north part of the City of Houston, in the Greenspoint area, approximately five miles south of Bush International Airport and serves 30 counties in southeastern Texas.
Contact: Norma Estimbo Lacy (281) 774-5873
– San Antonio District Office
8940 Fourwinds Drive
San Antonio, TX 78239
The office is located in northeast San Antonio in the cloverleaf intersection of I-35N and Loop 410 and serves 78 counties of Central and South Texas including major cities such as San Antonio, Austin, Waco, San Angelo, College Station/Bryan, Victoria, Corpus Christi, Kerrville, Uvalde, Del Rio, Eagle Pass, and Laredo.
Contact: Jacque Crouse (210) 967-7141