Share your ideas at the USCIS

a rare opportunity to make suggestions--take advantage of this!

How often does USCIS ask for your suggestions? Not often, right? This week, you have a real opportunity to share your ideas (and weigh in on other people's ideas) related to citizenship instruction/testing, civic integration, and related topics. See the stakeholder invitation letter below, or just go straight to, register yourself, and join the discussion! (the discussion page will only be open until Monday, 4/14 so you'll want to get started soon.)

Dear Stakeholder,

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is using an online tool, called the USCIS Idea Community, to ask for your ideas and opinions on the services that we provide. We would like to thank those who have already joined the Idea Community and shared their thoughts with us.

Our next idea campaign will focus on welcoming immigrants and citizenship preparation. Starting today, and active through Monday, April 14, 2014, you can visit the Idea Community to provide your feedback. 

We welcome your answers to these questions:

  • USCIS has many offices and resources throughout the country. What are things that we can do to welcome immigrants in their communities?
  • How can we help eligible permanent residents understand the benefits of U.S. citizenship?
  • What resources can we develop to help naturalization applicants better prepare for the naturalization interview and test?

 Please share your thoughts with us!

 We encourage you to become a part of the USCIS Idea Community.  To join the conversation, all you need is an active email address. You’ll be able to create your own custom profile, comment on existing ideas, vote on ideas, or submit your own idea for discussion.

If you have any questions, please email us at

We’ll see you online in the USCIS Idea Community!

Kind Regards,

USCIS Public Engagement Division