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How to book an Infopass appointment at the USCIS Boston Field Office

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This is just a general post to let those know that if you are attempting to schedule an Infopass appointment online at the USCIS Boston Field Office (located at the JFK Federal Building downtown), the website online always says there are no appointments available. However, if you go to the office in person, there are kiosks available and you can schedule an appointment. There were a bunch of time slots available starting as early as next week, which did not show up online. When I asked the reason for this, they did not have an answer. It also seems like you could schedule an appointment for someone else if you needed to, you just need the person's name and phone number to book an appointment. 

 

This is the website to book appointments online:

https://my.uscis.gov/en/appointment/v2

 

Also, for whatever reason, Infopass appointments are closed and unavailable just for this week (until tomorrow 2/15/19).

 

Hope this can help someone!

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1 hour ago, Luna3716 said:

This is just a general post to let those know that if you are attempting to schedule an Infopass appointment online at the USCIS Boston Field Office (located at the JFK Federal Building downtown), the website online always says there are no appointments available. However, if you go to the office in person, there are kiosks available and you can schedule an appointment. There were a bunch of time slots available starting as early as next week, which did not show up online. When I asked the reason for this, they did not have an answer. It also seems like you could schedule an appointment for someone else if you needed to, you just need the person's name and phone number to book an appointment. 

 

This is the website to book appointments online:

https://my.uscis.gov/en/appointment/v2

 

Also, for whatever reason, Infopass appointments are closed and unavailable just for this week (until tomorrow 2/15/19).

 

Hope this can help someone!

I read a while ago that USCIS is going to stop the online info pass scheduling due to people going there simply to ask when they can expect their GC, EAD, AP etc. They're going over to a system that if you want to schedule, you have to call USCIS and they will make an appointment for you if they feel it's really necessary (emergency AP etc) This way their will be more officers available to process visa cases so the processing times finally can go down a little. 

 

Although Boston was not on the list of field offices that are tested at this time, it might be the reason you can't schedule online anymore. Good to know tho for people in Boston you can go in person. Maybe you can also do it over the phone if you don't live close to the field office.

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