USCIS Extends and Expands Fee Exemptions and Expedited Processing for Afghan Nationals

Posted by Nishu Sharma | Nov 23, 2022 | 0 Comments

On November 22, 2022, USCIS announced that it is extending and expanding previously announced filing fee exemptions and expedited application processing for certain Afghan nationals. These actions will help Afghan nationals resettle, and in many cases reunite with family, in the United States by enabling USCIS to process their requests for work authorization, long-term status, status for immediate relatives, and associated services more quickly. USCIS encourages one to use the webpages below to learn more about the eligibility details for each type of filing one may wish to pursue.

Certain Afghan nationals are eligible for the following fee exemptions and expedited processing, through September 30, 2023:

Fee Exemptions

Expedited Processing

The Information for Afghan Nationals page has additional information for Afghans.

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