USCIS introduces Fee Waiver Form

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Printer Friendly ( I-912, Request for Fee Waiver

Purpose of Form : To request a fee waiver for certain immigration benefits and services based on an inability to pay. Please consult ( for the complete list of forms and services that are eligible for a fee waiver. Number of Pages : Form 4; Instructions 7. Edition Date : 11/23/10 Where to File :

To file your completed Form I-912, attach it and all supporting documentation to the immigration benefit that you are submitting. Please do not submit your Form I-912 without a completed application or petition. Mail your complete application or petition, Form I-912, and supporting documentation to the USCIS office according to the “Where to File" directions identified in the form instructions to which the Form I-912 relates. Form I-912 cannot be submitted after USCIS has received the underlying application or petition.

Filing Fee : $0 Special Instructions :

No special instructions.

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