A District is referred to the geographical areas into, which the United States, and its territories are divided for the Immigration and Naturalization field operations; there are three overseas offices located in Rome, Bangkok, and Mexico City.
Each District Office, headed by a District Director, has a specified service area that may include part of a state, an entire state, or many states. District Offices are where most USCIS field staff is located. District Offices are responsible for providing certain immigration services and benefits to residents in their service area, and for enforcing immigration laws in that jurisdiction. Certain applications are filed directly with District Offices, many kinds of interviews are conducted at these Offices, etc.
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