The U.S. State Department has published a temporary final rule exempting certain Afghan nationals from paying some immigrant visa processing fees.
Additional Information: The full Federal Register notice is available here.
BAL Analysis: This temporary final rule will provide fee exemptions to qualified applicants through Dec. 31, 2024, and is designed to help Afghan nationals resettle and reunite with family members in the United States. BAL will continue to follow developments specifically affecting Afghan nationals and will provide updates as information becomes available.
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