Unknown. USCIS has not clarified that yet, and has not released the form.
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No. You will also have to pay $365 for the work permit document application, as well as a $85 fee for "biometrics" (finger printing.) There will also be another Form for the Deferred Action application itself. USCIS will publish final instructions in this regard on August 15.
Unknown at this time. For-sure there is a work permit/biometrics fee .. there may also be a DA application fee ... wait until next week to know for sure.
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Based on my reading of the teleconference on 8/3 and the documentation provided on the CIS website, it appears the total fee (for both the deferred action and ead) is $465.00.