First of all, you should know that requesting and/or receiving an accommodation will NOT affect your eligibility for an immigration benefit. USCIS will not exclude you from participating in USCIS programs or deny your petition just because of your disabilities and/or impairments.
Part 6 of Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, is called “Accommodations for Individuals With Disabilities and/or Impairments”.
In part 6 items 1-3 you should tick “yes” or “no” to let USCIS know whether you are requesting an accommodation because of your own, your spouse’s or your included children’s disabilities and/or impairments.
If you answered “yes” to items 1-3 you should select an applicable box for items 4a-4c: I am deaf or hard of hearing; I am blind or have low vision; I have another type of disability and/or impairment. Also here you should provide information on the nature of disabilities and/or impairments for each person and describe the accommodation you are requesting. In case you need extra space to complete this section, use the space provided in Part 11 “Additional Information”.
As stated in the Form I-751 Instructions, there are various types of reasonable accommodations that USCIS may offer, including the following:
– if you are deaf or hard of hearing, USCIS may provide you with a sign-language interpreter at an interview or other immigration benefit-related appointment (if you need a sign-language interpreter, indicate for which language);
– if you are blind or have low vision, USCIS may permit you to take a test orally;
– if you are unable to travel to a designated USCIS location for an interview, USCIS may visit you at your home or at a hospital.
Please also note that all domestic USCIS facilities meet the Accessibility Guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act, so you do not need to contact USCIS to request an accommodation for physical access to a domestic USCIS office.