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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

USCIS Filing Fee Increase Effective November 23, 2010

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 by Chris Musillo


USCIS filing fees will increase an average of 10%. Most employment-based petitions' fees will be raised, although the dependent Form I-539, used for H-4, L-2, and several other status petitions, will decrease by $10. Here is the chart of the increase for the most commonly-used employment-based immigration Forms.




































New Fees Nov 23, 2010
I-129 $325
I-131 $360
I-140 $580
I-485 $1,070
I-539 $290
I-765 $380
I-907 $1,225

You can find the new fees on the USCIS' webpage: www.uscis.gov.



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  1. Louis Estiverne's Avatar
    The International Employment Agency of the Society Estiverne, Inc.
    703 Flatbush Avenue
    Brooklyn New York 11225
    (917) 284-1206 InternationalEASE@Gmail.com


    The International Employment Agency of the Society Estiverne, Inc. is a farm labor contracting company based in New York City that handles the placement of H2A workers from Haiti and Dominican Republic. The company's CEO Louis Estiverne has years of experience in agricultural work, and owns several mangoes and coffee farms in Haiti's Central Plateau.
    Although we are new to the business of farm labor contracting, we are not new to business. Our extensive experience in farming has taught us what growers expect of their laborers; to be legal, dependable, motivated, experienced, and trained.
    While we understand that most established farms already draw from larger H2A competitors who primarily import workers from other countries, we urge you to consider working with our Haitian agricultural laborers. The recent earthquake in Haiti has overwhelmed an already impoverished country, and the situation for most of these workers is dismal. These people have lived and worked as farmers for most of their lives, and you can be assured that they will be extremely grateful for an opportunity to work in the United States.
    Our company is competent, dedicated, and organized. We are familiar with all of the paperwork associated with the H2A program, and can save you the effort of handling the legal and compliance issues involved in obtaining work visas, etc.
    Any number of available positions involving seasonal agricultural work would be greatly appreciated by many, and we look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience.

    Best Regards,

    Louis Estiverne
    Director/Founder
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  2. Rajani's Avatar
    Hi Chris,

    The results of recent election clearly shows that there is no scope for CIR until 2013, that too only if Democrats get a majority. Under the circumstances, do you anticipate any chance for piecemeal legislation like Nurse Bill coming up in lame duck session or 2011?
  3. Chris Musillo's Avatar
    @Rajani,

    While anything is possible, my sense is that the US Congress will be in a period of gridlock for the next 2 years.

    -Chris
  4. SG's Avatar
    "While anything is possible, my sense is that the US Congress will be in a period of gridlock for the next 2 years."

    I believe so too. So I am done waiting.
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