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G-1145, E-Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance

Attaching a G-1145 form to USCIS documents will provide immigrants with texts or emails when their other immigration forms are accepted.

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The G-1145 form or E-Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance is a form, clipped in front of other applications filed with USCIS, that is used to request a text message and/or email when USCIS accepts other forms. The service is only available for forms filed at facilities in Lewisville, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; and Phoenix, Arizona.  

The form requires your name, last name, full middle name, email address, and your phone number. 

An e-notification will not include any personal information, including the applicant’s name, because neither email nor text are secure enough to transmit personal information. Instead, the notification will list the following: “USCIS: your case was received + a receipt number.”

(Screen shot of the G-1145 form)

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