How do I check my immigration case status?

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It is extremely important for you to continue to check your immigration case status for updates as you proceed through the immigration process. There are many different ways you can do this including online, by phone, by email, or in person. In order to check your case status online, you are going to need your application receipt number. You can call the National Customer Service Center at any time and follow the voice prompts for a case status update.
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1. Locate your application confirmation number, which you should have been given when you originally applied for SSI benefits. You may be able to check the status without the number
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To check the status of your disability claim, you can call your local Social Security office. You can also call the main SS office at 1-800-772-1213.
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As you navigate the immigration process, make sure you continue to check your immigration case status for updates. You can do this many ways, including online, by e-mail or phone,
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The best way is to visit the court where the action was filed and request to see the file. If that's not possible you can try calling but in many cases clerks will not provide that
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