When living in the U.S., it’s important to have emergency phone numbers on hand for times when you need to reach people. When we are in emergency situations, it’s easy to become disoriented and forget phone numbers, names, and more. By making a list ahead of time, you can easily find the information you need in case of an emergency.
You can put the numbers on your refrigerator door, in your contacts list in your cell phone, or any place where they can easily be remembered and accessed.
USAFIS’ services help foreign nationals who want to move to America. With their many years of experience and expert customer service reps, you will get the help you need as you fill out the paperwork to move to the U.S.
Here are numbers that you should keep handy in your emergency phone numbers list:
- Poison Control Center
- Emergency Medical Service
- Hospital Emergency Room
- Local Fire Department
- Family Physician
- Local Police Department
- Friend or Neighbor
- Parent’s Cell Phone or Work Number
USAFIS is an experienced, established, privately-owned organization that serves foreign nationals who need help with their visa applications to immigrate to the United States.
911 for Emergencies
You only need to call 911 if you are in a life-threatening situation, to report serious or violent offenses, or to report crimes that are in progress. Here are some examples of calls that should be made to 911:
- Gunshots or a person with a gun
- Domestic violence
- Vehicle crashes
- Fire and/or medical emergencies
- Intruders in a home or business
- Homicides, robberies, assaults, and all other violent crimes
- Property crimes
Be sure to keep your emergency phone numbers handy and tell your family members where the numbers are located in case of an emergency. Also, be sure to contact USAFIS when you are ready to move to the United States!