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USCIS increases many of its fees

According to information published on its official website, some fees suffered increases of more than 80%. For example, the N-400 form to apply for Naturalization went from $640 to $1,170, an increase of 81%.

Likewise, petitions for H-1B and L-1 foreign workers went up 75%, as well as extensions to the immigration status of students and fiancées of U.S. citizens.

While some adjustments took effect immediately, others will be implemented in the coming weeks, such as green card renewals and changes of status for non-immigrants.

Increased costs of immigration procedures cause great concern. For its part, the Federal Government indicates that this increase seeks to guarantee the operational sustainability of the USCIS to continue processing the more than 8 million applications it receives each year.

Here is a list of the major increases:
I-526/526E Immigrant Petition by Regional or Individual Center.
Previous price: $3,675
New fee: $11,160
204% increase

I-129 L-Visa Immigrant Worker Petition for Immigrant Workers
Previous Price: $460
New Price: $1,385
201% increase

I-829 Investor Petition to Remove Conditions
Previous Price: $3,750
New price: $9,525
154% increase

I-129 H-2A – Named Beneficiaries
Previous Price: $460
New price: $1,090
137% increase

I-129 H-2B – Named Beneficiaries
Previous price: $460
New price: $1,080
135% increase

To see the complete list, please visit the USCIS website at the following address: