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What Is the Filing Fee for I-765?

The filing fee for Form I-765 is $410. See Exceptions below:

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The filing fee for Form I-765 is $410. See Exceptions below:

Fee Waiver

You may be eligible for a fee waiver under 8 CFR 103.7(c), including if you are a TPS applicant. If you believe you are eligible for a fee waiver, complete Form I-912, Request for Fee Waiver (or a written request), and submit it and any required evidence of your inability to pay the filing fee with this application. You can review the fee waiver guidance at www.uscis.gov/feewaiver.

Exceptions

If this is your initial application and you are applying under one of the following categories, a filing fee is not required:

  1. (a)(3) Refugee;
  2. (a)(4) Paroled as Refugee;
  3. (a)(5) Asylee;
  4. (a)(7) N-8 or N-9 nonimmigrant;
  5. (a)(8) Citizen of Micronesia, Marshall Islands, or Palau;
  6. (a)(10) Granted Withholding of Deportation;
  7. (a)(16) Victim of Severe Form of Trafficking (T-1);
  8. (a)(19) U-1 Nonimmigrant;
  9. (c)(1), (c)(4), or (c)(7) Dependent of certain foreign government, international organization, or NATO personnel;
  10. (c)(8) Applicant for Asylum (an applicant filing under the special ABC procedures must pay the fee); or
  11. (c)(31) VAWA Self-Petitioner.

Special Instructions for Childhood Arrivals ((c)(33)). All requestors under this category must submit biometrics. The biometrics services fee of $85 is required for all requestors. The biometrics services fee and the filing fee for this form cannot be waived.

If the card issued to you contains incorrect information that is not attributed to USCIS error, a new Form I-765 and filing fee are required. Form I-765 must be accompanied by the card containing the error.

If the card issued to you contains incorrect information that is attributed to a USCIS error, a new Form I-765 and filing fee are not required. Instead, you must submit a letter, accompanied by the card containing the error to the Service Center or National Benefit Center that approved your last employment authorization request.

You may be eligible for a fee waiver under 8 CFR 103.7(c) if you are filing for an EAD related to your application or grant of TPS.

If this is a renewal application and you are applying under one of the following categories, a filing fee is not required:

  1. (a)(8) Citizen of Micronesia, Marshall Islands, or Palau;
  2. (a)(10) Granted Withholding of Deportation;
  3. (c)(l), (c)(4), or (c)(7) Dependent of certain foreign government, international organization, or NATO personnel; or
  4. (c)(9) or (c)(16) Adjustment applicant who applied after July 30, 2007.

If this is your replacement application, and you are applying under one of the following categories, a filing fee is not required:

(c)(l), (c)(4), or (c)(7) Dependent of certain foreign government, international organization, or NATO personnel.

NOTE: If you are requesting a replacement EAD under the (c)(9) or (c)(16) Adjustment applicant who applied after July 30, 2007 category, then the full filing fee will be required; however, no biometrics fee is required.

NOTE: If you filed Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, as of July 30, 2007, and you paid the Form I-485 filing fee, no fee is required to also file a request for employment authorization on Form I-765. You may file the Form I-765 with your Form I-485, or you may submit the Form I-765 at a later date. If you file Form I-765 separately, you must also submit a copy of your Form I-797C, Notice of Action, receipt as evidence of the filing of Form I-485 as of July 30, 2007

Can I work if my EAD renewal is in process?

You will not be eligible to work when an EAD application is pending with USCIS.

Do I need an employment authorization card?

If you are lawful permanent resident (green card holder) or a conditional resident, you do NOT require EAD to work in the US.

Can I get a Social Security number with an employment authorization card?

If USCIS approves your application, you will receive two documents by mail:

1. Employment Authorization Document (EAD), also known as the “I-766 card” or “work permit”, and

2. SSN card.

When I can I get a work permit, if i apply for asylum?

Once 150 days have passed and you have applied, the government has 30 days to give you (or deny) your EAD. If you was granted asylum status, you not only gain the right to work in the U.S., but don’t need to apply for an EAD with which to do so.

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