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Immigration Update: USCIS Announces Filing Fee Increases

By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq. on November, 10, 2016

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration (USCIS) published new fee schedule for immigration and naturalization benefit requests. The fee schedule was last adjusted on November 23, 2010. The rule is in effect for applications or petitions mailed, postmarked, or otherwise filed on or after December 23, 2016. The fee increase is an average of 21 percent. The table below details the fee increase for commonly filed forms.

 

Fee Increase Table

Application Type Current Fee New Fee
Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker (I-129)
H-1B Visa
$325
(plus $1,500 Training fee and $500 Fraud Prevention & Detection fee)
$460
(plus $1,500 Training fee and $500 Fraud Prevention & Detection fee)
Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker (I-129)
L Visa
$325
(plus $500 Fraud Prevention & Detection fee)
$460
(plus $500 Fraud Prevention & Detection fee)
Relative Petition (I-130) $420 $535
Petition for Immigrant Worker (I-140) $580 $700
Application to Adjust Status to Permanent Resident for applicants over age 14 (I-485) $985 $1,140
Application for Employment Authorization Document (EAD) (I-765) $380 $410
Application for Travel Document (I-131) $360 $575
Application for Naturalization (N-400) $595 $640
Biometrics
(required for various applications)
$85 $85

 

For further information or questions you may have, please do not hesitate to contact The Law Offices of Michael H. Markovitch.

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