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How to apply for the USCIS Fee Waiver Request?
Generally, USCIS has the discretion to waive any filing fees for an application, petition, motion or request if the applicant can establish that he or she is unable to pay the prescribed fee. When requesting a fee waiver, the applicant must clearly demonstrate that he or she is unable to pay the fee. An applicant can be eligible for a fee waiver in several ways and USCIS’ process for reviewing the fee waiver request involves several steps. Grant of the fee waiver is discretionary and a fee waiver request may be granted when it has been established to the satisfaction of the USCIS Officer with jurisdiction over the request that the individual is unable to pay the fee. For the benefit of our readers, we present in this article, an overview of the methodology that USCIS uses to make a decision on a fee waiver request.
214(b) Visa Denial: How to Avoid It and Can You Overcome It?
Being denied a visa under section 214(b) should not come as a surprise to you. One in every ten applications is denied because of section 214(b). Do not let this happen to you. Overcome the burden of visa denial under section 214(b). Learn what does section 214(b) mean? What does a 214(b) visa refusal mean and how can you overcome it?

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