Is it true that if you make a mistake on i-485; i-130; i-765 forms, USCIS will deny it and will have to pay again the fees after I have paid already thr fees ?
What is the mistake and is it material to your application?
USCIS may issue a request for evidence, if an omission.
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It depends on the nature of the mistake. Generally, USCIS will send your application back prior to accepting it if there are errors so you may remedy the mistake.
The best course of action is to retain an attorney who will correctly file the applications. If you have already filed, we would need more details to be able to help you.
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