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Immigration Application Fees: Costing Methodology Improvements Would Provide More Reliable Basis for Setting Fees
Jeanette M. Franzel (au); Susan J. Irving (au)
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is responsible for granting or denying immigration benefits to individuals. USCIS charges fees for the millions of immigration applications it receives each year to fund the cost of processing and adjudicating them. In Feb. 2007, USCIS completed a study to determine the full costs of its operations and the level at which application fees should be set to recover those costs. USCIS's new fee schedule increased application fees by a weighted average of 86%. Almost 96% of USCIS's FY 2008 budget of $2.6 billion was expected to have come from fees. This report reviews the methodology USCIS used in its fee review and controls in place over collection and use of fees. Charts and tables.
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