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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced Monday that it will exempt the biometrics service fee for all I-539 applicants beginning Oct. 1.
Additional Information: If an applicant mistakenly submits the biometric services fee with their Form I-539 fee, the following actions will be taken based on method of payment:
More information regarding the Form I-539 is available here.
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