Fake USCIS(United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) Emails

Fake USCIS(United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) Emails

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Online scammers are targeting potential victims by sending them fake USCIS emails like the one below. The scammers use fake websites or domain names like presidency.com to trick their potential victims into believing they are legitimate. It is, therefore, recommended that persons visit the legitimate United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website located at www.uscis.gov for information. And, USCIS will never call or email you and request your personal information or payment.

A Fake USCIS(United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) Email

Mula kay: <uscis-office@presidency.com>

Date: Mar, May 21, 2019 nang 11:37 AM

Subject: USCIS

Department of Homeland Security,

U.S Citizenship and

Immigration Services(USCIS),

Application Support Center(A‪SC),

2675 Prosperity Avenue, Fairfax,

VA 22031, United States.

*Phone: ‪+1 (914) 417-9226

*Hearing/Speech Disabilities: TTY ‪(800) 767-1833


As a non-US Citizen outside the United States, the information below will guide you when completing your Work/Residence Permit/Employment Authorization Document (EAD) also known as Form I-765. You are only allowed to complete this Form with BLACK INK.

Please note that your eligibility category to file for Employment Authorization Document (EAD) as a Non-Immigrant qualifies you to become a Lawful Temporary Resident. So your current Immigration Status is a Non-Immigrant Employee H-1B Status while your Eligibility Category is (C)(17)(iii) since your Visa application falls under that of the Employer sponsored H-1B.

You are to state your present Social Security status in your home country and also provide the Social Security Number given if any. You are to also state categorically if you would like to be issued United States Social Security Number and Card.

Your National Insurance, Foreign Affairs Certification, DOS-Case ID and Alien Registration Number (A-Number) shall all be issued alongside your H-1B Visa after authentication and verification by the Department of State (DOS), Office of Authentications in Washington DC.

For U.S. mailing address, please provide the contact and mailing addresses of your U.S Employer. Also include postal codes.

You are advised to leave any field you are not sure of blank, your assigned United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Processing Officer (Alisa Dillard) is going to complete all unanswered fields with the right information and will also make appropriate corrections where applicable. Remember to also include the name of the USCIS Agent/Processing Officer that will be assisting you in completing your Form if need be. See the next sentence on how to do so.

Go to persons preparing Form other than Applicant, write/print the name of your assigned USCIS Agent/Processing Officer, but leave the field blank for signature and date to be completed by your USCIS Agent.

Kindest Regards,

Angeles Palacios, Alisa Dillard, Michael Barry, Kieu T. Cao, Rosalie Buckholz and Lalaine Cabral

USCIS Processing Officers, Deputy Field Office Director and Account Officers in charge.

Fairfax Office, Department of Homeland Security, United States.

Disclaimer: The information available on this mail is intended only for the recipient, and many details which are relevant to particular circumstances may have been omitted. It is a complete statement of immigration and nationality law or policy. When deciding applications, caseworkers in the office of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will follow the relevant casework guidance instructions and the immigration rules and nationality law. Any inquiries, complaints and the use and re-use of this information resource should be sent by e-mail: ‪uscis-office@presidency.com United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Office © 2019 - All rights reserved.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 11:29 PM by an anonymous user from Quezon City, National Capital Region, Philippines

    May I ask if Alisa Dillard and Angeles Palacios are fake USCIS agents? I am a non US citizen and I received an email from someone saying he's the director of human resources from Michelangelo Hotel, NY based and he referred me to persons under these names as my contact persons upon processing my documents.


    • September 17, 2019 at 9:59 PM by an anonymous user from Quezon City, National Capital Region, Philippines

      Same case here. Churchil Thomas is claiming to be the HR Director of Michelangelo NY hotel. He also refers me to contact UCSIS which the email address is ucsis.gov@f5.si. kieu T. Cao is also claiming to be a filling officer in charge of documentation for non-US citizen and asking payment to be sent try western union. Please advise


    • June 4, 2019 at 6:14 AM by info

      It is a scam. The USCIS doesn't call you like that.


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