E-Filing - File your Immigration Form OnlinePublished: Jul 9, 2018 7:00 am By: USCIS
Immigration Forms Currently Available for E-Filing
The forms below are currently available for e-filing, with some restrictions. For more on restrictions, see the "Instructions" links to the right.
- I-90 - Application to Replace Permanent Residence Card
- Customers may now use spaces in the name data fields in the Form I-90 (e.g., Mary Kate will be accepted in addition to Mary-Kate) and enter special characters in the Bank Account Number field.
- I-131 - Application for Travel Document
- I-140 - Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker
- I-539 - Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status
- I-765 - Application for Employment Authorization (Please note that the option to file Form I-765 electronically for the eligibility category [c][i] has been disabled. The option to file Form I-765 for the eligibility codes [c][ii] and [c][iii] remains in effect.)
- I-821 - Application for Temporary Protected Status (This form will be available for e-Filing only if a TPS country is designated for re-registration purposes per the Federal Register Notice. For the latest information on TPS, please visit the Temporary Protected Status page.)
- I-907, Request for Premium Processing Service
Benefits of Filing Online:
- File your benefits application from anywhere with an Internet connection.
- Pay your fees with a credit card or directly through your checking or savings account
- Receive immediate confirmation that your application has been received by USCIS
You Cannot E-File If:
- You are applying for a waiver of the filing fee; or
- You are requesting that your case be expedited.
There may be some circumstances in which e-Filing is not the recommended solution. These situations are outlined in the instructions specific to the form you seek to file. Please review the form instructions prior to e-Filing to ensure that e-Filing is the best option for you. If e-Filing is not the best option for you, please see the instructions for the paper version of the form.
Please note that the option to file Form I-129 and Form I-907 has been temporarily disabled within the e-Filing System.
Click here to start the e-filing process.