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Social Media Policy
We use social media technologies and websites to provide you with information in more places and more ways. This page outlines all our official communication channels and resources and why we use them. We are providing the following links to our presence on third-party sites for your reference. We do not endorse any non-government websites, companies or applications.
USCIS on Instagram
Official Instagram page of USCIS. We use Instagram to highlight naturalization ceremonies and welcome our new U.S. citizens to #MeetUs. Privacy and comment policy: https://www.instagram.com/about/legal/privacy​.
USCIS on Facebook
Official Facebook page of USCIS. We use Facebook to engage with our audience and announce news and updates. Privacy and comment policy: http://www.dhs.gov/xutil/facebook.shtm​.
USCIS on Twitter
Follow @USCIS on Twitter for daily citizenship and immigration updates. Tweets are also available in Spanish. http://twitter.com/privacy
USCIS on LinkedIn
Official LinkedIn page of USCIS. We use LinkedIn to post information about job openings, career fairs, and job application tips. Privacy and comment policy: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy​.
USCIS YouTube Videos
Official YouTube page of USCIS. We archive USCIS s videos on YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/t/privacy_at_youtube​.
USCIS Email Updates
We send email updates directly to your inbox. We never send unsolicited emails, and you can choose which updates you want to receive. We send email updates through GovDelivery.
USCIS RSS Feeds
We use RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds to provide you with updated information automatically, as soon as it becomes available. You  You will need an RSS reader to receive RSS feeds. To begin receiving USCIS RSS feeds, please follow instructions on the USCIS RSS page.
DHS Social Hub
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Social Hub features live social media conversations from all DHS components.
Social Media Privacy Policy
We do not collect or retain any privacy information from our use of third-party web 2.0 applications. We do, however, retain a copy of all comments posted to our sites as required by our records retention policy and will only be releasing them when required by federal law.
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