News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 15, 2019: Caribbean and other immigrants, including those applying for asylum, citizenship or for a green card and work permit, may soon have to shell out a lot more, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, (USCIS) has announced.
On Nov. 8, the Department of Homeland Security, which
oversees the USCIS, published a notice of proposed rulemaking in the Federal Register
for an adjustment of fees on several services across the board, including citizenship
DHS proposes to adjust USCIS fees by Dec. 2nd. Some of the
fee increases immigrants can look out for are as follows:
application fee will be increased from US$640 to $1,170.00.
DACA renewal fee will increase from $495 to $765;
for Permanent Residence Registration or Adjustment of Status) from $1,140 to
Permit from $410 to $490
Application for Suspension of Deportation or Special Rule of Cancellation of
Expulsion, Form I-881, which currently has a cost of $285 per person and $570
per family will be increased to $1,800.
will now be a $50 dollar asylum application fee from zero.
of Appeal or Motion from $675 to $705.
to Cancel Residence Conditions – from $595 to $760.
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