Report the scam to your state consumer protection office. See the table below for state-specific information.
If you lost money or other possessions in a scam, report it to your local police, too. To learn more about where to report fraud and scams, visit USA.gov’s Common Scams and Frauds webpage.
You can always report scams to the Federal Trade Commission. In the table below, we’ve included information on where to report scams in your state and links to the laws that protect you as a consumer.
Scam Websites and Social Media Accounts
Some websites and social media accounts claim to be affiliated with USCIS and offer step-by-step guidance on completing a USCIS application or petition. To report a website or social media account that claims to be affiliated with USCIS, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where to Report Immigration Scams by State
Disclaimer: USCIS collected state and territory information from the official government websites of all 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories. Although we attempted to verify the information contained in these listings, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all phone numbers, web addresses, and other information.