USCIS has announced that they are transitioning to electronic processing of all requests for U.S. Immigration benefits which requires that they use multiple systems to process a package of forms. As such, USCIS now recommends that applicants and petitioners pay each filing fee separately. USCIS further advises that they may reject the entire package of forms if they receive a combined payment for multiple forms that are filed together. Thus, if you are paying for your USCIS filing fees by check or money order, it is recommended that you submit separate checks or money orders for each form that you are filing.
- USCIS introduces new Online Form to Request In-Person Appointments at Local Field Offices
- Filing I-751 Petitions for included Children
- USCIS Advises to pay each Filing Fee Separately
- DACA Recipients may soon be eligible for government subsidized healthcare benefits under New Rule.
- New USCIS Mail Delivery Process allows some Immigrants to receive I-551 stamps by Mail
- USCIS Updates Policy Guidance to Clarify the Applicability of the 1-year Physical Presence Requirement for Refugees and Asylees applying for Adjustment of Status.