Immigration and Citizenship Data (2024)

These reports provide data on various aspects of USCIS operations.In addition, certain tables list the USCIS office responsible for the adjudication.

You can find additional data by visiting the:

  • DHS Office of Homeland Security Statistics– Characteristics of Green Card holders and citizenship status
  • DHS Asylum Processing Rule Cohort Reports - The reports describe processing and outcomes under the new rule for noncitizens identified as potentially suitable for placement in the rule, as well as demographic information about the population placed in the rule.
  • ICE Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) Data Library – Information on SEVP-certified schools, international students, exchange visitors, and Optional Practical Training (OPT) authorization
  • USCIS Electronic Reading Room– Frequently requested information and FOIA responses
  • Reports and Studies– Summaries across multiple data sets
  • E-Verify Program Reports– User surveys, key findings, and recommendations
  • H-1B Employer Data Hub– Data on hiring practices of employerspetitioning forH-1B workers
  • Semi-Monthly Credible Fear and Reasonable Fear Receipts and Decisions - Number of cases received and number of cases completed by outcome per semi-monthly period (1st - 15th and 16th - end of month)
  • Processing Times – data on current processing times by form type and USCIS field office or service center
  • Historic Processing Times – data on historical national median processing times for select forms and fiscal years

For more information on our reports, visit the Understanding Our Data page.

Pending Applications for Employment-Based Preference Categories as of May 17, 2024 (XLSX, 101.21 KB)

Inventory report intended to provide information about the number of pending Forms I-485 in the employment-based preference categories. The report provides our estimate of how many Forms I-485 we have in our inventory for each employment-based preference category, by selected country of chargeability, and by the month and year of the estimated priority date. A noncitizen with a pending adjustment of status application can use the report to estimate how many Forms I-485 we have in our inventory with earlier priority dates for their employment-based preference category and country of chargeability. Wait times for an employment-based immigrant visa depend on numerous factors, including, but not limited to, supply of visas and demand of visas for a particular preference category (at USCIS and the Department of State (DOS)), priority date, the country to which a visa will be charged (usually an applicant’s country of birth), and statutory limitations (for example, per country caps). Please note, that this report does not contain information about DOS inventory, nor does it have any information about noncitizens with pending or approved immigrant visa petitions who have not yet applied for adjustment of status.Additional FAQs about this report.

Asylum Division Monthly Statistics Report. Fiscal Year 2024. May 2024 (XLSX, 67.4 KB)

Contains information on Applications for Asylum and for Withholding of Removal for petitioners who use Form I-589 and on Screening Referrals for Credible Fear and Reasonable Fear. It displays the number of applications and screening referrals received, completed, pending, interview or screening outcomes, and completion outcomes by month during the Reporting Fiscal Year. This report contains the most up to date data; prior reports are located on the USCIS archive page.

FY22 Appropriations Reporting Requirement - Application Processing Data for May, 2024 (CSV, 3.54 KB)

This report is produced in response to the direction set forth in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022, Joint Explanatory Statement (H. R. 2471 / P.L. 117-103). This report contains the number of forms received, processed, approved, denied, and pending by month, along with the average processing time and the number of forms pending for more than six months, for each of the following: (1) form I–130 (Petition for Alien Relative); (2) form I–360 (Petition for Amerasian, Widow(er), or Special Immigrant); (3) form I–485 (Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status), delineated by application type or filing category; (4) form I–751 (Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence); (5) form N–400 (Application for Naturalization); and (6) form I–765 (Employment Authorization Document).

Pending Applications for Employment-Based Preference Categories as of March 3, 2024 (XLSX, 103.16 KB)

Inventory report intended to provide information about the number of pending Forms I-485 in the employment-based preference categories. The report provides our estimate of how many Forms I-485 we have in our inventory for each employment-based preference category, by selected country of chargeability, and by the month and year of the estimated priority date. A noncitizen with a pending adjustment of status application can use the report to estimate how many Forms I-485 we have in our inventory with earlier priority dates for their employment-based preference category and country of chargeability. Wait times for an employment-based immigrant visa depend on numerous factors, including, but not limited to, supply of visas and demand of visas for a particular preference category (at USCIS and the Department of State (DOS)), priority date, the country to which a visa will be charged (usually an applicant’s country of birth), and statutory limitations (for example, per country caps). Please note, that this report does not contain information about DOS inventory, nor does it have any information about noncitizens with pending or approved immigrant visa petitions who have not yet applied for adjustment of status.Additional FAQs about this report.

Form I-130, (Awaiting Visa Availability) (Fiscal Year 2024, Quarter 2) (XLSX, 45.96 KB)

Contains information on USCIS approved family based petitions awaiting visa final priority dates. Form I-130 is included by preference category and country.

Form I-140, I-360, I-526 Approved EB Petitions Awaiting Visa Final Priority Dates (Fiscal Year 2024, Quarter 2) (XLSX, 43.96 KB)

Contains information on USCIS approved employment based petitions awaiting visa final priority dates. Forms I-140, I-360, and I-526 are included by preference category and country.

Active DACA Recipients – (Fiscal Year 2024, Quarter 2) (XLSX, 206.01 KB)

Contains the number of people with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) by the month and year that their current DACA status expires. The report also contains the number of active DACA recipients by country of birth, state and CBSA (city) of residence, current age, gender, and marital status.

Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker (L-1B, Intracompany Transferee Specialized Knowledge) (Form I-129) Quarterly Report (Fiscal Year 2024, Quarter 2) (XLSX, 22.99 KB)

Nonimmigrant Worker (L-1B, Intracompany Transferee Specialized Knowledge) quarterly performance data. It displays the number of petitions received, approved, denied, and pending by quarter of fiscal year.

Form N‐400, Application for Naturalization, by Category of Naturalization, Case Status, and USCIS Field Office Location (Fiscal Year 2024, Quarter 2) (XLSX, 38.06 KB)

Contains quarterly data on military and non-military naturalization applications. It displays the number of applications received, approved, denied, and pending by category, quarter of fiscal year, and office.

Form I-918, Petition for U Nonimmigrant Status, by Fiscal Year, Quarter, and Case Status and Form I-918, Petition for U Nonimmigrant Status, Bona Fide Determination Review (Fiscal Year 2024, Quarter 2) (XLSX, 324.06 KB)

Contains quarterly data on Victims of Crime (U Visa) petitions and Bona Fide Determination (BFD) reviews. It displays the number of petitions received approved, denied, pending, and BFD review outcome by category, fiscal year, and quarter.


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