Immigration Filing Fees Will Increase


The Department of Homeland Security announced a final rule on the USCIS fee schedule. These changes will go into effect on October 2, 2020. Attorney Jeff Peek discusses a few of the changes that will affect most people.

N-600/N-600K Application for Citizenship/Naturalization
Will increase $530 from $640 to $1,170

I-130 Petitions for Alien Relative
Will increase $25 from $420 to $535

I-192 Application for Advance Permission to Enter as a Nonimmigrant
Will increase $815 from $585 to $1,400

Work Permits
Will increase $140 across the board with one exception. Those with DACA are the exception, they will continue to pay $410. Everyone else will have to pay $550.

I-601A Application for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver
Will increase $330

Asylum application now has a $50 fee

These are just a few main changes that will affect most people. However, there is a massive list of fee changes. You can view all the fee changes on the USCIS website:

View the new rule in its entirety:

If you have any questions about this matter or any immigration questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at (512) 399-2311 or visit our website

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