USCIS Filing Fee Changes: What You Need to Know

In April 2024, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) implemented changes to filing fees and released updated versions of various immigration forms. These adjustments aim to cover operational costs and expedite application processing. Key updates include new fees, a $50 online filing discount, separate fees for work authorization and travel documents with green card applications, exemptions for specific categories, and more.

For detailed information on revised forms and fees, visit USCIS Fee Rule FAQs. Act quickly, as USCIS will only accept applications with the new fees starting April 1, 2024, and certain forms won’t have a grace period. Take note of exemptions, fee discounts, and the new Asylum Program Fee.

Stay informed about these changes to ensure a smooth immigration process. For personalized guidance, consult an immigration attorney or find one at AILA Lawyer. This information is for general purposes and not legal advice. Read more here.

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