How do you get to the USCIS office in New York City?


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Visitors to the New York City Field Office of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS, may drive, take a taxi, ride the subway or board a bus. Parking garages are available, but they can be expensive, so driving is perhaps not the best option.

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If driving, the New York Field Office is in lower Manhattan. It is on Broadway between Worth Street and Duane Street. The entrance is on Broadway. Street parking in this area is limited, and strictly regulated. Parking garages include Central Parking and Icon Parking Systems on Worth Street and Edison Park East on Leonard Street, all within a block of the USCIS office.

If riding the subway, trains with the closest stops include routes 1, 2 and 3 that stop at Chambers Street and routes 4, 5 and 6 that stop at Brooklyn Bridge, City Hall. Also available are routes A, C and E, stopping at Chambers Street, route R, stopping at City Hall, and routes J & Z that stop at Chambers Street.

The closest bus routes are M22, M5 and M20. Schedule and fare information for the Metropolitan Transit Authority, which covers subway and bus service, are available at mta.info. Information on the Staten Island Railway, the Metro-North Railroad and the Long Island Rail Road is also available. These connect to various subway and bus stops.

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