USCIS Forms

USCIS I-864 and I-864A Affidavit of Support Forms Updated

Affidavit of Support Forms I-864 and I-864A U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents who are sponsoring family-based green cards for their close relatives to come to live and work in the U.S. permanently, need to take responsibility for their beneficiaries. They need to ensure that the beneficiaries do no become dependent on the government for …

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How Does Your Adopted Child Become a US Citizen?

An applicant has to be a US citizen to become eligible for filing N-600 form (Application for Certificate of Citizenship). The applicant is considered eligible only if he/she has become a citizen of U.S. through law or he/she was born outside the US to parent(s) who are U.S. citizens. According to the Child Citizenship Act …

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New Fees for USCIS Applications and Petitions

The Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) generates most of its revenues through the filing fees it charges applicants for the filing and processing of fees. These filing fees cover the majority of administrative costs associated with USCIS processing of the applications. Not all USCIS application forms come with filing fees. However, those that do are …

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