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The Cost Of Applying for U.S Citizenship is Increasing

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If you thought that the cost of applying for citizenship in the United States was already high, think again. The cost of applying for citizenship in the U.S. will now be increasing again. What is this new cost? Starting on October 2nd, 2020, those eligible to apply for legal immigration in the U.S. will pay $1,160 for an online application or $1,170 for an in-person paper application or by mail.

This is 80% higher than the current fee, which is $640. On top of this, fee waivers that have in the past helped low-income immigrants apply for U.S. citizenship are also being eliminated. It was already difficult enough to get into the U.S. legally. Due to politics, the USCIS needs to make up funds somehow. And this is the way they have decided to do so.

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We are Gehi & Associates. We are NYC/Queens/Brooklyn/Manhattan/Bronx/Staten Island immigration lawyers. We are here to serve our NYC/Queens/Brooklyn/Manhattan/Bronx/Staten Island communities. We do bankruptcy, family/divorce, immigration, and all forms of law. Please come to one of our Queens offices. Email us at info@gehilaw.com to set up your free initial personal consultation.

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