Deferred Action Application Fees At Least $465

The AP has published an article stating that deferred action application fees will be $465 — which makes sense, considering that an application for work authorization costs $380 and biometrics cost $85, totaling $465. If this is true, that means there will be no additional fee for the deferred action application.

There were internal discussions within USCIS to charge an additional fee for the application, but as of now, either there is no additional fee or the number has not been determined. We will know more on August 1 when new guidelines are released.

Please visit our Dream Act Deferred Action site to find answers to your questions regarding the process.

5 thoughts on “Deferred Action Application Fees At Least $465

  1. The parents must still be here as illegals, so one condition would be for them to leave this country, so their children can stay. If the parents stay it means they will still be here as illegals as the first day they arrived here.

  2. One way to stay is to pay and that’s what they do in their own country, when they want something they have never earned such as a Pension.

  3. Hi I have all the requirements for the new law dream act I only have one problem I got arrested for a minor vandalism on ’08 minimum charges would that affect me if I try to apply and get denied and deported from US

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