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USCIS is Increasing Immigration Filing Fees by as much as 95%!*

You Must File Before December 23rd, 2016 to Avoid the Higher USCIS Fees!

FormUSCIS Immigration Filing FeesUSCIS Current FeesUSCIS Fee IncreaseAvoid New Fees Start Now
I-90Green Card Renewal$365 $455Avoid Fee Increase, Start Now!
N-400U.S. Citizenship (Naturalization)$595 $640Avoid Fee Increase, Start Now!
I-130Petition for Alien Relative (Family Based Green Card)$420 $535Avoid Fee Increase, Start Now!
I-485Permanent Residence Green Card (Adjust Status)$985 $1,140Avoid Fee Increase, Start Now!
N-600Certificate of Citizenship$600 $1,170Avoid Fee Increase, Start Now!
N-565Replacement of Naturalization / Citizenship Certificate$345 $555Avoid Fee Increase, Start Now!
I-129FPetition for Fiancé(e) Visa$340 $535Avoid Fee Increase, Start Now!
I-131Application for Travel Document$360 $575Avoid Fee Increase, Start Now!
I-751Remove Conditions on Residence (Green Card)$505 $595Avoid Fee Increase, Start Now!
I-765Employment Authorization Application$380 $410Avoid Fee Increase, Start Now!

* The proposed rule has been published in the Federal Register (81 FR 26904, 5/4/16).

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Fee Increase Overview

The Department of Homeland Security released a proposed rule on May 4th, 2016, to adjust the fee schedule for certain forms for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The proposed rule has been published in the Federal Register (81 FR 26904, 5/4/16). Fees can average a 21% increase, up to 95% for some applications.

Is there a way I can avoid paying proposed fees?

The proposed fees are set to take effect December 23, 2016. In order to avoid paying higher fees, many are seeking to complete their citizenship or green card applications now, to take advantage of the current fees. The biometrics fee will remain the same for applications with this requirement.

What is USCIS’s reason for increasing fees?

USCIS receives its funds almost entirely from applicants and petitioners for immigration benefits. The last time USCIS increased its fees was back in November of 2010. These fee increases will help recover costs associated with customer service, fraud detection and national security to name a few.

Take action now! Don’t postpone the opportunity to obtain your citizenship or green card at current fees. Filing now is your best option for avoiding the proposed fee increases.