Use InfoPass to make an appointment with a USCIS immigration officer by accessing the InfoPass website, choosing a language, selecting appointment data and providing personal information, reports U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Bring documents relevant to your situation when you arrive for the appointment.
InfoPass is free, available 24 hours a day, and accessible from any computer with an Internet connection and standard web browser, according to USCIS. On the main page is a warning by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that the user is not guaranteed privacy and must agree to the terms regarding the monitoring and security of the website. Choose from among the 12 available languages, including English, Spanish, French, Vietnamese and Arabic. Click Make An Appointment, provide your ZIP code so you are directed to the correct office, indicate the type of appointment you need to schedule, select a specific day and time, and type in personal information such as name, birth date, phone number and ZIP code.
Print out the appointment notice with the specific time and place, as you need to show it when you arrive, states USCIS. Along with the appointment notice, bring an identification document such as a passport, drivers license, Permanent Resident Card, Employment Authorization Document or other valid government-issued photo ID. Additionally, bring other documents relevant to the appointment inquiry, such as immigration forms, translations, approval or denial letters, or receipt notices.