To request a fee waiver for certain immigration benefits and services based on an inability to pay. Please consult consult USCIS for the complete list of forms and services that are eligible for a fee waiver.
(previous editions accepted.)
Where To File I-912
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.
I-912 Special Instructions
You may not file Form I-912 if you are requesting consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals. There are no fee waivers for this process. Fee exemptions will be available in limited circumstances. See the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Fee exemption web page for more details
Applicants seeking V nonimmigrant status or an extension of that status should pay the application fee required for Form I-539, and, if between the ages of 14 and 79, a biometric service fee of $85. Applicants for extension of stay as a V nonimmigrant should pay only the application fee for Form I-539.
- Sign your form.
- Include supporting documentation in English.
- Supporting documentation in languages other than English will not be accepted.
- Read the form instructions carefully.
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