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I-485 and I-130 Credit Card Payment?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Hello everyone,

My husband and I are doing the AOS shortly (gathering all documents, medicals etc. IRS tax for the past 3 yrs etc) on the basis of marriage, adjusting from a valid TN work visa. Thanks to this website, everything is pretty clear so far...

However, I understood that the payment for the I-485 and I-130 must be made via check but now the USCIS website says, and I quote directly from the site, "Credit Cards: USCIS accepts credit cards in all domestic Field Offices that accept payments. Accepted cards include Visa®, Mastercard®, American Express®, and Discover® Network"

Does that mean we can go to our closest office, hand in our I-485 and I-130 forms in person and pay with a credit card??

Thanks in advance for the information and for your time.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Slovenia
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I've never heard of anyone paying for I-485 or I-130 by credit card. Instructions for I-485 only mention check and money order and I believe those are the only payment options for I-485 and I-130.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Thank you very much for your reply and time.

I didn't think you could pay with a credit card, either! Still puzzled as to why it is mentioned on the USCIS site. Oh well, we'll just pay it with a check, end of story :)


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Thank you very much for your reply and time.

I didn't think you could pay with a credit card, either! Still puzzled as to why it is mentioned on the USCIS site. Oh well, we'll just pay it with a check, end of story :)

Fees paid in a field office can be paid with a credit card. You can't file an AOS application in a local field office. It has to be submitted to a USCIS lockbox facility or service center, depending on the basis for filing. Only a check or money order can be accepted.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Fees paid in a field office can be paid with a credit card. You can't file an AOS application in a local field office. It has to be submitted to a USCIS lockbox facility or service center, depending on the basis for filing. Only a check or money order can be accepted.

Thank you very much for your input, it is appreciated! :thumbs::thumbs:


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