US Immigration Fees Possibly Increasing Due to COVID-19

By Sierra Alongi May 26, 2020 1 min. read
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Due to COVID-19, the USCIS has lost a ton of revenue throughout all the restrictions and closures US immigration has endured during this national pandemic. Because of this, US immigration fees are at risk to increase.

The USCIS makes its money by offering services to foreigners looking to immigrate to the United States, but like many other businesses, there has been a major decrease in traffic which means less money coming in.

In the past couple of months, there have been travel bans, USCIS service closures, and more because of the virus so as you could imagine, US immigration has been impacted.

Although immigration has slowed down tremendously, there are still things to do to begin or further your immigration journey. Increasing US immigration fees is just another reason to jump on the process now before fee increases are put in place.

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