Frequently Asked Questions
I received a phone call from someone saying they needed my personal information to update their system (i.e., credit card, bank information, social security). What should I do?
- Do not give them any information. If you did supply them with information, contact your local law enforcement.
How do I donate to Wyoming Search and Rescue?
- When purchasing your fishing, hunting, boating or snowmobiling license from the Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources or the Wyoming Game and Fish, check the option to donate $2 to the Wyoming Search and Rescue.
I want to sign up for the notification/alert system in my county.
- Check the listing of county emergency managers. If your county has a subscription based service the link for you to sign up will be available there.
Where do I find information about employment opportunities in Homeland Security?
I have an issue with immigration. Where can I get help and answers?
- Contact USCIS for immigration procedures, (Citizenship, VISAs, Green Cards), call 1-800-375-5283 or go to their website - uscis.gov
- U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement website - www.ice.gov
- ICE handles immigration investigations, detentions, removals, E-Verify, I9, and SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System) are done by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, a part of the federal Department of Homeland Security (DHS) .
- Our office is a state office and does not handle these issues.
If you cannot find answers to your questions online you may call one of the following who may be able to help you.
U.S. ICE Homeland Security Investigations – Denver Field Office
5445 DTC Pkwy, Suite 600, Englewood, CO 80111
U.S. ICE Enforcement & Removal Operations – Denver Field Office
12445 E. Caley Ave, Centennial, CO 80111
U.S. ICE Community Relations Denver – Covering the state of Wyoming
Email – CommunityRelations.Denver@ice.dhs.gov