The announcement comes with the issuance of a fresh form, Form G-1450, Authorization for CHARGE CARD Transaction.
Applicants desperate to pay the filing fee because of their application with a credit card will need to complete Form G-1450 and submit it with their application.
Once USCIS has processed the payment, the proper execution G-1450 will undoubtedly be properly destroyed.
If you’re a client of Lopez Immigration Law and wish to pay your filing fee with a credit card, we will gladly prepare Form G-1450 for you personally.
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The only credit card issues under the direct jurisdiction of the Commissioner involve state chartered banks and state chartered credit unions that issue credit cards.
Please check Institutions We Supervise for a summary of state chartered banks and state chartered credit unions that the Commissioner supervises.
If your bank or credit union is on that list, you may a file a complaint (directions on how to file a complaint) with the Commissioner.
In past times, the filing fee needed to be submitted to USCIS with a check or money order.
Recently, USCIS announced it’ll now accept payments via charge card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover) for over 40 different forms.
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Please note that the lender that issues your credit card may change.
Contact your charge card company to obtain the correct regulator.
If you do not see your charge card in the table above, contact your credit card company directly to obtain the name and contact information of its regulator.
Below, you will see a list of common credit cards, the banks that issue the cards, and the proper regulator to contact regarding your inquiry or complaint.