There are 13 application support centers in Texas run by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, including offices in Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and Laredo, according to the agency's website. There are multiple offices in the larger metropolitan areas of Texas, including three in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and three in the Houston area. In addition, there are offices in Harlingen, El Paso, McAllen and Lubbock.
USCIS offices offer a broad range of services and information that is also available by phone or on the agency's website. Employees at USCIS offices provide assistance with citizenship applications, preparing for the naturalization test, applying for or renewing a green card, and filing for or acquiring an H-1B visa, according to the USCIS website.
The agency also helps with peripheral services related to immigration and naturalization, such as adoptions, family history and genealogy, humanitarian aid, and language barriers and issues, notes the USCIS website. The full listing of USCIS offices is available on the agency's website, USCIS.gov. A link titled "Find a USCIS Office" in the middle of the home page allows users to access a list of the nearest offices as well as the offices' addresses, phone numbers and other relevant contact information as of 2015.