2020 USCIS Fee Updates

In late 2019, we announced that the USCIS had proposed fee changes. The new fees have now been released and the deadline for old fees has been set for October 2, 2020. For the detailed release, please visit this Federal Register document. Any application, petition, or request postmarked on or after October 2, 2020 must include payment of the new, correct fees established by this final rule.

RapidVisa has set our deadline for September 4, 2020. If you want to file under the old fees, RapidVisa must receive your documents in ready-to-file condition at our Las Vegas office no later than September 4, 2020. Any petitions received on or after this date that do not have the correct fees will be delayed. Please contact us if you have any concerns or questions before moving forward.

* On September 29, a federal judge temporarily blocked proposed fee changes that were scheduled to take effect on October 2. We will update this information as we hear more.

USCIS Filing Fee Updates 2020

 

Petition TypeDue With FormOld USCIS Filing FeeNew USCIS Filing FeeFee Change +/-
K1 Fiance VisaI-129F$535$510-$25
CR1/IR1 Spousal VisaI-130$535$560+$25
IR2 Child VisaI-130$535 $560+$25
IR5 Parent VisaI-130$535 $560+$25
Adjustment of Status (Age 14+)I-485$1,140$1,130-$10
Adjustment of Status (Age 0-13)I-485$750$1,130+380
Removal of ConditionsI-751$595$760+$165
Employment Authorization Document (EAD)*I-765$0* or $410$550+$550 or +$140
Travel Permit*I-131$0* or $575$590+$590* or +$15
Renew or Replace Green CardI-90$455$415-$40
NaturalizationN-400$640$1,170+$530
USCIS Immigrant FeeN/A$220$190-$30
Biometrics FeeVarious$85$0-$85

*Previously $0 when filed concurrently with the I-485 Adjustment of Status application. Adjustment of Status applicants do not need a work or travel permit unless they intend to work or travel before receipt of the green card.

*Most applications would not require a separate biometric fee under the new rule. Exceptions applies, see a full list here.