USCIS has announced today that it has expanded its previously announced trial run at the Nebraska Service Center (NSC) for accepting credit card payments using the Form G-1450, Authorization for Credit Card transactions, for certain applications that use premium processing.
Starting July 19, the NSC started accepting credit card payments using Form G-1450 for petitioners filing for Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Workers, alongside Form I-907, Request for Premium Processing Service, or when filing a Form I-907 to upgrade a pending Form I-140 to premium processing. This test run is still limited to the NSC. At the end of this rest run, USCIS will evaluate the results and determine the next steps for expanding this option for other forms and other service centers. The ultimate goal is for this new program to bring USCIS one step closer to accepting digital payments such as credit cards at all the USCIS service centers.
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