EOIR CASE INFORMATION WEBSITE:
The Immigration Court has a website where you can find information about your case in court. The website is available in both Spanish and English
Here is the link to the Court's Automated Case Information Website: https://acis.eoir.justice.gov/en/
- Once you arrive at the website you will see a place to input your “A-number”. Also called an “alien number” or “numero de extranjero”, your A-number is a nine digit number that is assigned to you by immigration to identify your case. You can find the number on the paperwork that immigration gave to you at the border when you came into the country. Ask your attorney if you have difficulty finding the number.
- Once you input your A-number, and press submit, information about your case will appear. In particular, you will see information about your next hearing in Immigration Court (date, time, judge, and location), as well as information about any decisions that have been made in your case.
- If, after you submit your A-number, the page says “no case found for this A-number, it means that your case is not pending in Immigration Court. This means that DHS has not filed the Notice to Appear in your case with the Immigration Court. If this happens, you should speak with an immigration attorney about getting your case in immigration court started.
EOIR CASE INFORMATION PHONE NUMBER:
The Immigration Court has a toll-free phone number that you can use to check on the status of your case, and find out how many days are on your “asylum clock”.
The toll-free number for the Immigration Court is: 1-800-898-7180
- When you dial this number, you will be given the option of hearing information in Spanish or English. As with the Immigration Court website, you will need your A-number to access information about your case. Once you input your A-number, you will be able to hear information about your next hearing, the status of your case, including whether any decisions have been made, and also how many days are on your “asylum clock” for a work permit.
- As with the Immigration Court website, if no information if found about your case, this means that DHS has not filed your Notice to Appear, and your case is not pending with the Immigration Court.
USCIS CASE INFORMATION:
- USCIS has several online tools that you can use to find out about the status of your case.
USCIS toll-free number
- USCIS has a toll-free number that you can use to find out about your case.
- The toll-free number for USCIS is: 1-800-375-5283.