USCIS Filing Fees

When you file a petition or application with US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) it must be accompanied by the required filing fees. It is important to include the correct filing fees with an acceptable payment method. USCIS now requests each filing fee be paid separately.

What forms of payment does USCIS accept?

USCIS will accept payments for filing fees with a U.S. money order, a personal check, or cashier’s check, or a credit card.

How do I pay USCIS filing fees by check?

How do I pay USCIS filing fees by credit card?

Are filing and biometric fees refundable?

Once your application or petition is filed and received by USCIS the associated filing and biometrics fees are non-refundable. Make sure you qualify for the benefit requested before you file with USCIS. Fees are non-refundable regardless of the outcome of your filing or if you choose to withdraw your case.

USCIS Requests Separate Checks for each Filing Fee

USCIS requests that you pay each filing fee separately. USCIS is changing the way that they process cases moving towards an electronic process. USCIS has indicated that they may reject your entire package if you submit a single, combined payment for multiple forms. To avoid rejection of your filing with USCIS submit a separate payment for each required filing fee.

Read the full USCIS Policy Here

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