Florence Immigration Court

Florence, Arizona

Welcome to the Florence Immigration Court!

The Florence Immigration Court falls under the jurisdiction of the Office of the Chief Immigration Judge which is a component of the Executive Office for Immigration Review under the Department of Justice.

Our court has made a commitment to provide access to information through the Internet in order to service the needs of the public.

Our goal is to provide the most current and accurate information available to those needing to appear before an Immigration Judge and to provide this information in a user-friendly fashion.

Please note: The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) are separate organizations.

About the Court

The U.S. Immigration Court, Florence, AZ is located at:
3260 North Pinal Parkway
Florence, AZ 85132

Filing fees:  uscis.gov


Visitor Information

All visitors must stop and check in at the Security Gate to receive a visitors parking pass. Vehicles must park in the spaces designated for visitors.

Following are directions to the Immigration Court - Florence, Arizona. For your convenience, we have also provided a link to a free mapping service.

Starting Location:
Skyharbor Airport, Phoenix, AZ

Florence Immigration Court
3260 North Pinal Parkway
Florence, AZ 85132

Step-by-Step Instructions:

  1. Exit Sky Harbor Airport to I-10 east
  2. Take I-10 to US 60 East
  3. Travel US 60 for approximately 40 miles - to mile marker 212
  4. Turn south on Hwy 79 - go approx 13 miles ....
  5. The Detention Center housing the Court is on the right


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where are you located?
A: 3260 N. Pinal Parkway
Florence, AZ 85132

Q: What are your filing hours?
A: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 and 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Q: How do I receive information on my case?
A: Call: 1-800-898-7180 or 1-240-314-1500

Q: Who gets the original fee stamp copies?
A: The Immigration Court

Q: Where do I file an appeal on my case?
A: Board of Immigration Appeals

Q: Where do I send the appeal and fee payment?
A: For Regular Mailings, Overnight, or Courier Mail:
Board of Immigration Appeals
Clerk's Office
5107 Leesburg Pike, Suite 2000
Falls Church, Va 22041

Q: What is the address and phone number for the Florence DHS District Counsel?
A: Litigation - 3250 N. Pinal Parkway, Florence, AZ 85132
Florence Litigation Phone Number: 520-868-3310

Q. Where do I get information on passports?
A: Call: 1-800-688-9889 or U.S. Post Offices

Q: Who do I call for information on visas?
A: For U.S. Citizens:
call: 1-800-688-9889 or
call the embassy for the country you wish to visit.

For non-U.S. Citizens:
(Visa's extensions)
Call the DHS main info : 800-375-5283

Q: What is the court fax number?
A: The court fax number is not published and is for internal agency use only.

Any court related documents received by fax will be destroyed.

Q: What are the procedures for a change of venue request?
A: Submit a motion to the Florence Immigration Court with a certificate of service attached stating you have served the opposing party. State in the change of venue request the new mailing address of the respondent and which immigration court you want venue changed to.

Q: What are the rules for filing this with the Florence Immigration Court?
A: Please see the Immigration Court Practice Manual for all procedures.

Q: What is the bond amount for a detainee?
A: The Department of Homeland Security sets bond amounts - contact them at 520-868-5862

Q: How can I get a detainee released?
A: Call the Department of Homeland Security at 520-868-5862 to determine where and if the individual is detained. They can direct you where to pay the bond.

You may request by a written motion and a certificate of service to the immigration court for a hearing to redetermine the amount of a bond.


Courtroom Etiquette

  • Arrive early. Please arrive at least fifteen minutes prior to the scheduled hearing so that you can be cleared by security on time.
  • All persons must be dressed appropriately in business-type clothing. Hats should be removed when entering the courtroom.
  • Food and beverages, with the exception of water for counsel and contract interpreters, are not permitted in the Courtrooms.
  • Federal regulations prohibit the use of any recording devices in the hearing. The use of cameras, beepers, or cellular telephones during the hearing is not permitted, and must be turned off.
  • All parties should rise when the Judge enters and Court is called into session.
  • Talking during someone else's hearing is not allowed in Court.
  • All parties waiting outside while court is in session are asked to be courteous and quiet.
  • Parents with court hearings whose young children are not in proceedings should not bring their children to Court.


Please read our Privacy and Security Notice

Updated July 25, 2015