• Immigrants awaiting inspection in front of Ellis Island's Main Building

    Ellis Island

    Part of Statue of Liberty National Monument NJ,NY

Our Staff & Offices

Immigration & Naturalization staff

Immigration & Naturalization Staff

Source: U.S. Customs & Border Protection

All official inquiries, inquiries and comments should be directed to:

Write to: National Park Service, Statue of Liberty National Monument, Liberty Island, NY, NY 10004. Attn: Superintendent

E-mail the park.

General Information Line: 212 363-3200 (voicemail only)

Media Relations: 917-299-3843

Fax: 212 363-6304 (land lines are not currently working - no fax)

Deaf and hard-of-hearing visitors can utilize the services of NY/NJ relay at 711.

Did You Know?

Annie Moore statue on the 2nd Floor of the Ellis Island Immigration Museum

Annie Moore was the first immigrant processed at Ellis Island on January 1, 1892, after she arrived from Ireland on the SS Nevada. Charles Hendley of the Secretary of the Treasury's office inspected Annie, she was then given a $10 gold coin by Immigration Superintendent Colonel John Weber.