If you are not a US citizen or US legal permanent resident (greencard holder) whenever you visit the US for any reason, please download your I-94 form upon every new entry to the U.S. https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov The I-94 governs your lawful stay in the U.S., and there can be errors on the record. You will need to correct errors with Customs Border Protection (CBP).

WASHINGTON— USCIS has launched a new Online Fee Calculator to assist members of the public in calculating the correct fee amount to include when filing their forms with USCIS at an agency lockbox facility. A list of forms processed at USCIS Lockbox facilities is available on the USCIS website.

USCIS developed the Online Fee Calculator to help reduce the number of applications rejected due to incorrect fee amounts. The Online Fee Calculator will determine the exact filing and biometric fees an individual needs to include with their forms and will always have the most up-to-date fee information.

In fiscal year 2017, USCIS processed more than 11 million applications. For applications that require fees, USCIS rejects forms submitted with an incorrect payment amount. Fee issues, including incorrect fee amounts, are consistently a leading cause of rejection.

When using the Online Fee Calculator, filers select a form, or combination of forms, and answer a series of questions. The tool then calculates the correct fee amount that the filer must submit.

The Online Fee Calculator works on all browsers and on both desktop and mobile devices. To protect privacy, the tool does not collect user data.

For forms filed at Lockbox facilities, USCIS accepts payment via check, money order, or credit card with Form G-1450, Authorization for Credit Card Transactions. For more information on payment, see the USCIS webpage on paying USCIS fees.

For more information on USCIS and our programs, please visit uscis.gov or follow us on Twitter (@uscis), Instagram (/uscis), YouTube (/uscis), Facebook (/uscis) and LinkedIn (/uscis).

Today, immigration dominates the headlines, but the public conversation is often riddled with misinformation and misstatements.

We believe in honest conversations driven by the facts, not fear. To ensure you have accurate information as you engage in your communities, we’ve collected some of our most helpful fact sheets.

1. Understanding the basics

The U.S. immigration system is complex and difficult to understand. These resources provide key data points, historical information, and background on hot topics in immigration.

2. Why inhumane immigration enforcement is problematic

Every human deserves basic dignity and respect. These materials explain how an unchecked immigration enforcement system can steal away basic rights—and have serious consequences that affect children and extend to communities.

3. Encouraging innovation and economic prosperity

Everyone in America prospers when we attract and retain newcomers who work shoulder to shoulder with American workers. These publications highlight various aspects of economic contributions.

4. State by State Impact