The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) again is expanding its credit card payment pilot program, this time for all form types, except for petitions for nonimmigrant workers (form I-129) filed on behalf of H1B or H2A workers. To pay with a credit card, a candidate, petitioner, or requestor should finish and sign an authorization for credit card transactions (Form G-1450), and place the form on top of the application, petition, or request is submitted to the USCIS.
Expansion to All USCIS Service Centers and Lockboxes | Pilot Program
The pilot program began in May 2021 and was limited to certain adjustments of status applications (form I-485). Since then the program has been extended a few times, and now includes all USCIS services centers and lockboxes.
The USCIS continues to work towards modernizing its systems and processes. There is still quite a way to go, given how much USCIS depends on “analog” processes in an increasingly digital world. We expect that more steps will be taken in the months and years to come.
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To enhance accessibility and convenience for USCIS customers to offer them service commensurate. Moreover, with the value and contributions, these immigrants bring to the United States.