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USCIS Fee Increases On Hold for Now

In August we notified readers of USCIS fee increases slated for October 2 (http://www.immig-chicago.com/blog/2020/08/04/en/uscis-fee-increases-to-take-effect-in-october/).  On September 29, 2020 a federal district court blocked implementation of the increases, as well as every other provision contained in the Final Rule.

 Instead, fees will remain as currently shown on the USCIS web site: https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/document/forms/g-1055.pdf

 It is unclear how long implementation of the final rule (including the fee increases) will be blocked, and the government has not announced its next step. Applicants are urged to file their applications as soon as possible to take advantage of the injunction.

 Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have questions at 847 763 8500 or via our website, http://www.immig-chicago.com/contact-us/

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