Filing Form I-360

Who can file Form I-360 with the London Field Office?

The USCIS Field Office London will accept Form I-360 (Petition for Amerasian, Widow(er), or Special Immigrant) filed by a widow or widower of a United States citizen who is resident of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

How do I file the Petition?

The Form I-360 will ONLY be accepted by post/mail addressed to:

USCIS Field Office – London (I-360)
Embassy of the United States of America
33 Nine Elms Lane
London SW11 7US


  • Form  I-360
  • Form G-325A (PDF – 568kb)
  • One form to be completed on the foreign applicant’s residence/employment from the last five years preceding death of USC;
  • One form to be completed on the U.S. citizen’s residence/employment from the last five years preceding death of USC.
  • Fee for I-360 – $435.00 (see below for Accepted Forms of Payment)
  • Form G-1145 – E-Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance (PDF – 1kb) although instructions on the form relates to the Lockbox filing, please use this form to advise the London Field Office of your email address so that we can properly notify you of your filing of the I-360

Accepted Forms of Payment

    • USCIS Form G-1450: Authorization for Credit Card Transactions (via (please note that foreign banks may question credit card transactions in U.S. dollars made in the UK.  You should check with your foreign bank prior to submitting the G-1450).
    • U.S. Bank cashier’s checks;
    • U.S. Bank or U.S. Postal money order;
    • International bank draft in United States dollars
      • All checks must be made out to: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
      • Be sure to print your full name and address on the reverse side of the check so that in the unlikely event that the check is separated from the petition, the check can be matched up again with the petition.


Supporting Documentation

(photocopies only – if in foreign language will require full English Translation) 

      1. Applicant’s valid foreign passport photo page
      2. Applicant’s birth certificate;
      3. Applicant’s proof of residency in the country residing (if passport is from different country)
      4. U.S. citizen spouse’s passport photo page;
      5. U.S. citizen spouse’s birth certificate;
      6. Applicant and U.S. citizen’s marriage certificate;
      7. Termination of all previous marriages of U.S. citizen and foreign spouse;
      8. Report of Consular Report of Death Abroad or foreign death certificate (including English translations)

Rejection of I-360

The Form I-360 will be rejected and returned to you for the following reasons:

      • Applicant did not sign/date Part 10 of the I-360
      • Incorrect form of payment
      • Applicant is not a resident of (1) Denmark; (2) Finland; (3) Iceland; (4) Ireland; (5) Norway; (6) Sweden; or (7) United Kingdom.

Processing Times

Upon receipt of Form I-360, USCIS will send an email to the applicant or his/her designated attorney of record confirming the date Form I-360 was filed.  Processing times for the I-360 will be between 75-90 days.

What happens after the Form I-360 is approved?

Filing Form I-360 is only the first step of a two-part process. When a Form I-360 is approved, the applicant or his/her designated attorney on record will receive a Notice of Approval. The original Form I-360 will normally be transferred to the Immigrant Visa Unit at the US Consulate in the country where the beneficiary resides. The U.S Consulate will then process the immediate relative beneficiary for an immigrant visa.


This page was last updated January 02, 2018.