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USCIS Increases Filing Fees

On January 4, 2023, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it was going to increase its filing fees. It published its proposed fee increased and the percentage of increase on the Federal Registrar and is waiting for 60-day comment period to complete. The public has an opportunity to voice its comments the Federal Registrar until March 6, 2023.


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Here are some increased that are worth mentioning.

Form Number Name Current Fee Proposed Fee Difference I-129F Fiancée $535 $720 $185 35%(increase)


I-130 Relative $535 $820(by paper) $285 53% (increase)


I-130 Relative $535 $710(online) $175 33% (increase)


I-601A Waiver $630 $1,105 $475 75% (increase)


I-751 Remove Conditions $595 $1,195 $600 101% (increase)


I-485 Adjustment with AP $1225 $2820 $1595 130% (increase)


I-485 Adjustment with EAD $1225 $2190 $965 79% (increase)


I-485 Adjustment with Bio $1225 $1540 $315 26% (increase)


I-601 Waiver $930 $1050 $120 13% (increase)


I-129 H-1B $460 $780 $320 70% (increase)


I-129 H-2A $460 $1090 $630 137% (increase)


I-129 H-2B $460 $1080 $620 135% (increase)


I-526 EB5 Investor $3675 $11160 $7485 204% (increase)


I-526E Regional Center $3675 $11160 $7485 204% (increase)


Back in 2020, USCIS attempted to increases its filing fees. But that proposed increase was challenged ina lawsuit in the US District Court for the Northern District of California.

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