Immigration Forms and Fees

There are more than 100 USCIS forms. Among them, only 20 forms are frequently used.

Form

Description

Filing Fee

Note ($85 is biometric services fee.)

I-130

Immigration petition. Used by U.S. citizens or permanent residents to establish an eligible relationship to a family member who wishes to immigrate to the U.S.

$535

 

I-130A

Used by U.S. citizens or permanent residents if they file I-130 for their spouse.

$0

 

I-485

Used by aliens to adjust status to a permanent resident (green card) based on an immigration petition or other legal basis.

$1140*+$85*

Some applicants do not need to pay $85.

Child applicants pay less.

Refugee applicants pay $0.

I-485J

Used by employers to confirm the job offered to an alien worker who are apply for adjustment of status, remains a bona fide job offer; or used to request job portability.

$0

 

I-864

Used by U.S. citizens or permanent residents to show they have adequate means of financial support to the alien who is applying for green card.

$0

 

I-864A

Used by U.S. citizens or permanent residents who is the household member of I-864 sponsor and want to promise to make contribution to household income and/or assets to help support sponsored immigrants.

$0

 

I-944

Used by most adjustment of status applicants to show they will not likely to become a public charge to the U.S.

$0

 

I-765

Used by aliens to get a work permit (Employment Authorization Card/EAD) in the U.S.

$410*+$85*

Some applicants do not need to pay either $410 or $85.

I-131

Used by permanent residents to get a Reentry Permit.

$575+$85*

Some applicants do not need to pay $85.

Used by aliens who are applying for adjustment of status to get Advance Parole.

$575*

Most applicants do not need to pay $575.

Used by refugee or asylee to get Travel Document, especially when they have no valid passport or green card yet.

$135+$85*

Some applicants do not need to pay $85.

Child applicants pay less.

I-129F

Used by U.S. citizens to bring fiancé(e) to the U.S. or help K-3 spouse to stay in the U.S. while awaiting adjustment of status.

$535

 

I-90

Used by permanent residents to apply for a replacement or renewal green card.

$455+$85*

Some applicants do not need to pay $85.

I-751

Used by conditional permanent residents who obtained green card through marriage to remove conditions on green card.

$595+$85

 

N-400

Used by permanent residents to apply for U.S. citizenship through naturalization.

$640+$85*

Some applicants do not need to pay $85.

N-565

Used by U.S. citizens to replace a previously issued Certificate of Naturalization or Certificate of Citizenship.

$555

 

N-600

Used to request a certificate to prove you are already a U.S. citizen through U.S. parent.

$1170

 

I-129

Used by employers to file on behalf of a nonimmigrant worker to come to the U.S. to perform services or labor temporarily.

$460

For H-1B or L-1, extra fees required.

I-140

Immigration petition. Used by employers to help an alien worker to obtain a green card.

$700

 

I-539

Used by aliens in nonimmigrant status to change or extend the nonimmigrant status.

$370+$85*

Some applicants do not need to pay $85.

I-730

Used by refugee or asylee to bring spouse or minor kids to the U.S.

$0

 

I-824

Use this form to request additional action on a previously approved application or petition.

$465

 

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