USCIS Publishes Final Rule on Fee Increase

USCIS Proposes Increases to Filing Fees

USCIS has proposed a new fee structure – raising certain fees, keeping certain fees at their current level, and even lowering some fees.  As part of its bi-annual review, USCIS determined that what it was receiving in user fees was insufficient to allow it to continue its current operations (USCIS receives very little from the

Department of State has Changed its fees

    The Department of State (DOS) has revised certain nonimmigrant and immigrant visa fees. The following categories have new fees: E visas – treaty/trader and Australian specialty occupation visas decreased to $205 (from $270). K visas – Fiancé(e) or Spouse of U.S. citizen category visa increased to $265. Immigrant visa application processing fee based on an approved I-130

H-1Bs: Can an Employment Contract Termination clause require the Employee to pay H-1B fees?