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अमेरिका. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is proposing to increase the US citizenship fee.

The citizenship application fee will go up by more than $500. USCIS also plans to increase application fees for family-based petitions, adjustment of status, शरण, and travel documents. You can see a full list of the proposed increases on the CLINIC website.

You can also make an official comment about the rule. When there is an important change to US rules, there is an official comment period. People and organizations can make comments in support of or against the new rules.

Make an official comment before December 30, 2019.

Do you want to make an official comment about the proposed citizenship fee increase? You can do this through the CLINIC website or directly on the government website. नोट:: if you use the CLINIC tools, your name and comment will will be posted on the government website.

You can go straight to the CLINIC comment forms with these links:

You can comment directly on the government website with these steps:

1) यहाँ जाओ USCIS-2019-0010.

2) The main document will come up. It is called “अमेरिका. Citizenship and Immigration Services Fee Schedule and Changes to Certain Other Immigration Benefit Request Requirements.

3) On this page you can read the proposal, open the docket folder to see more details, or read other people’s comments. When you are ready to enter your official comment, click on “comment now.”

4) Enter your comment and read it through.

5) Add your name. Your official comment and name will be posted on the government website. Click on “submit comment.”

The comment period closes on December 30, 2019. Making a comment will support people who are applying for अमेरिकी नागरिकता या शरण संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिका में.

अपने नागरिकता परीक्षा पास!

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Sabrina Crewe is a writer and editor. She edits our content and helps facilitate our free GED and Citizenship classes. She also creates materials to help refugees and immigrants understand important issues in the United States and stay informed of their rights.