URGENT: File USCIS Applications before fees increase on October 2, 2020
US Immigration update: The USCIS announced a dramatic increase in fees, effective October 2, 2020.
Applicants still have a chance to save hundreds of dollars in USCIS fees.
To save on USCIS fees:
These 2 steps allow applicants to take advantage of current USCIS fees before they increase on October 2, 2020.
Failure to submit immigration forms before the stated deadline will cost applicants hundreds of dollars more than the current applicable fees.
|Immigration Form||Current fees||Fees on or after October 2, 2020||Savings when you apply today|
|N-400 US Citizenship||$640||$1,170||$530|
The Petition for Alien Fiancé(e) allows U.S. nationals to notify the USCIS of their engagement and intention to marry a foreign national. It allows your fiancé(e) and any children your fiancé(e) may have from a previous relationship, to travel to the United States and receive the appropriate K1 visa.
The purpose of this form is for a U.S. Citizen to notify the USCIS of the intent to marry a foreign national.
Form I-129F is used to obtain a K-1 fiance visa which allows a foreign citizen to legally enter the U.S with the purpose of marrying a U.S. citizen within a period of 90 days.
The K-1 Visa allows the visa holder to enter the United States and file for Adjustment of Status to obtain a Green Card and become a Legal Permanent Resident. After filing for Adjustment of Status, they may reside in the US beyond the 90 day K-1 Visa validity while their Adjustment of Status application is processed.
Following are the required documents to be submitted along with Form I-129F:
Once the Petition for Alien Fiancé(e) is approved by the USCIS, it will be sent to the DOC National Visa Center, and then to the designated foreign embassy/consulate, which will allow your Fiancé(e) to apply for the K-1 visa.
Following is the required documentation for the K-1 visa application:
The USCIS will conduct a background check and an interview before granting the K-1 Visa. Once the foreign fiancé(e) receives the K-1 Visa they are allowed to travel to the United States and marry the US citizen in the 90 days immediately after arrival.
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