arkamax writes: I'm a subscriber to the Visa Bulletin, a monthly opt-in mailing list that informs you when your visa number becomes current. Today I got an email from someone who seems to be a subscriber and wanted to sign off — but apparently he sent his request to the wrong email address. I suspect I'm not the only subscriber who got his email. Does it mean that USCIS maintains a mailing list that is open for public to mail/spam to? I searched all over the place but found no way I could report this. Here is a thread from 2009 discussing the same problem and no one seemed to care. Apparently in 2011 someone figured that a 60k+ of people interested in immigration is an important "asset"... and acted on that (possibly breaking the law in process). I believe this is not what USCIS would really want to happen, but I don't know who to talk to. How should one voice his concern about something like that?