Immigrant applicants can be benefited by the Lockbox facility of the USCIS. They can pay their filing fee and biometric services if applicable with a credit card for no extra cost. It for filing their request, petition, or application with the USCIS.
The acceptable Credit Cards include Discover, American Express, MasterCard, and Visa. Immigrant applicants must ensure that the card possesses adequate funds to cover the fee. The application will be rejected if the card is declined. USCIS will not try to process payment from the credit card second time, as quoted by the USCIS Gov.
For making payment with the Credit Card, immigrant applicants must sign and complete the Form for Authorization for Credit Card Transactions G – 1450. They must then keep the form on the top of the request, petition, or application while filing it.
If the USCIS accepts your filing, it will charge the credit card for the exact amount. It will also destroy your Form G-1450 to safeguard the information of your credit card. You will see a charge from the USCIS on your statement for credit card.
You must make separate payments for every request, petition, or application that you file. Both the biometric service fee and application fee can be paid with one form G- 1450. You must submit one form G-1450 with every request, petition, or application that you submit if paying by credit card.
USCIS will decline your application if you submit:
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