How to Get a Green Card in Arizona | Getting a Green Card in Arizona AZ

The USCIS maintains two field offices in Arizona where you can make an appointment to ask questions or get help with the immigration process. These are:

  • Pheonix Field Office at 1330 South 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85034, serving the following counties:
    • Apache
    • Coconino
    • Gila
    • Greenlee
    • La Paz
    • Maricopa
    • Mohave
    • Navajo
    • Yavapai
    • Yuma
  • Tucson Field Office located at 4475 South Couch Drive,Tucson, AZ 85714, serving the following counties:
    • Cochise
    • Graham
    • Pima
    • Pinal
    • Santa Cruz

In the most recent statistical year 20,333 Arizona applicants received Green Cards. Statewide there are 871,667 foreign-born residents, with origins in the following areas:

  • 88,170 from Europe
  • 155,033 from Asia
  • 21,137 from Africa
  • 3,379 from Oceania
  • 568,793 from Latin America
  • 35,155 from North America

Green Card through Marriage

Green Card through Employment

Green Card through Family

Make an appointment in your state or city through InfoPass with USCIS immigration officials

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