Case Tracker for USCIS & NVC 4+

Track USCIS & NVC cases

Stephen Aldous

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The ultimate app for tracking USCIS and NVC immigration cases for the U.S.A. Quick access to Visa Bulletins, news and push notifications keep you up to date.

Features include:

• Tracking for all valid USCIS case receipts, including EAC, IOE, LIN, MCT, MSC, NBC*, SRC, WAC & YSC
• Tracking of Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visa NVC cases
• Automated alerts: Background updates with notifications if one of your cases receives a status change & when a new Visa Bulletin has been released
• Search a range of cases and get their status
• Read the latest immigration news
• See the latest Visa Bulletin and NVC timeframes

Disclaimer: Case Tracker for USCIS does not represent or is not affiliated with, any U.S. government entity. We also do not offer any legal advice since Case Tracker for USCIS is not a law firm. Case Tracker for USCIS provides real-time case status information, which is publicly available on and As such we do not claim the accuracy of information and this information can not be used in any legal case. All case information displayed in the app is done so in compliance with the USCIS website policies (, which state: "Information presented on this WWW site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied."

Terms of use & Privacy policy:

What’s New

Version 8.7

• Fixed: cases sometimes deleted themselves from your list. This occurred when there was USCIS system maintenance. The app now better handles this situation
• Update to Employment-based visa categories for Visa Bulletin to support table changes: 5th Unreserved, 5th Set Aside Rural / High Unemployment / Infrastructure

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
144.9K Ratings

144.9K Ratings

Better digital processes ,

Use Tracker to Facilitate Faster and “More Informed” Decisions

As USCIS officials examine all of the information and supporting documents provided, this app could serve as a way to get additional/ clarification information from petitioners or beneficiaries. This can be designed to enhance (supplement and/or complement) the examining process, while still maintaining and adhering to the rights and obligations of both the USCIS and Petitioners/Beneficiaries.

Most application forms and business processes were designed in the pre-digital era when more frequent “interaction” between government agencies and the public was either too cumbersome or would take too long. Today’s digital technologies provide many opportunities for getting the officers the granular information of clarifications they need in order to process applications and arrive at their decisions.

“Customers” today are used to such multi-stage, complex interactions via digital channels, e.g. banking, e-commerce, health screening etc.

Even if only a fraction of petitions/ applications are processed this way, it could free up officers to deal with less “savvy” customers in more traditional ways.

Bee1787 ,

Great app and developer!!! Backlog lifesaver

Honestly, I can’t say enough positive things about the app and developer. After an update there were some changes to the chart function that were less than ideal and I reached out to the developer and he was immediately in contact with me and made tweaks that worked based on my suggestions and feedback. This app is a lifesaver to track my case and large amounts of data during this horrible backlog and the developer is really responsive in making this a really useful tool for its users.

Developer Response ,

Thank you! We really appreciate the outreach and working with us to help improve the app.

MishellOK ,

Nice app!

Nice app so far. Great way to track your cases all in one place and get updates!

However, one feature is missing. I used it a couple of years ago to track my first case. And it was nice to look up similar cases and see their HISTORY with timeframes of every step. And once someone’s case got closed, and people were getting their docs, I could see WHERE they got them to then understand the timeframe of MY USCIS office.

It seems like they don’t store the history of every current case anymore (probably cause it’s memory consuming). They just save the history of your case on your phone, and that’s it. I get it, but still really miss that ability I once had.

App Privacy

The developer, Stephen Aldous, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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