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DON’T DELAY IN FILLING YOUR IMMIGRATION APPLICATIONS TO USCIS IF YOU WANT TO AVOID COMING FEE INCREASE!

January 12th, 2020

The proposed changes in USCIS fees are an increase from 20% to 559%. For instance, the N-400, Application for Naturalization, is currently $640. The new fee will be $1,170, which is an 83% increase. Also, the fees for the I-485, Application for Adjustment of status, when filed together with I-765 and I-131 applications, will increase by at least 75%. (USCIS Proposed Fee Schedule!)

This USCIS fee increase will place an "invisible wall" [THAT] would leave numerous hard-working, law-abiding noncitizens on the other side, blocking their path to naturalization and other immigration benefits and prompting their families' long-term separation as the AILA and Council showed in their opposing comments to the USCIS fee changes. 

To find out more about the USCIS fee increase and other immigration services, contact  Apostol Law Firm. Contact us at 407-258-3344 or by email at flory@apostolvisa.com. Attorney Florina Apostol is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).

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