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Financial Assistance

Welcome to the financial assistance program provided by Eye of An Immigrant. Our organization is dedicated to supporting individuals in their pursuit of legal immigration status in the United States. Below, you will find instructions, guidelines, and important information to assist you in navigating the application process.


It is important to note that while Eye of An Immigrant strives to provide financial assistance to eligible applicants, approval is not guaranteed. Each application is reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and financial decisions are made at the discretion of Eye of An Immigrant based on available funds and eligibility criteria.


Eye of An Immigrant covers United States Citizenship and Immigration Services filing fees for those who plan to submit a paper application (via mail) to the USCIS.

To be eligible for financial assistance, applicants must meet the following criteria:


How does it work?

A 4-Step Process


Application Submission

Applicants must complete and submit their online application form, providing accurate information about their financial situation and immigration status.


Review Process

Once submitted, applications will be reviewed by the EOAI team. This process involves reviewing the information provided and assessing the applicant's eligibility. Please note that it can take up to a month to receive a decision notice.


Decision Notification

Applicants will be notified of the decision regarding their financial assistance application via email or phone. If approved, a check will be written to the Department of Homeland Security on behalf of the applicant. This check can ONLY be used for USCIS paper application fees that are submitted by mail. 

  • It is important to adhere to this requirement as attempting to use the check for an online application will result in rejection. 


Submission of USCIS Forms

Upon receiving the check, applicants must mail it along with their completed USCIS forms to USCIS. 

1 / Personal Information
2 / Financial Information
3 / Immigration Filing Fees Amount
4 / Attorney, Organization, or Resettlement Agency Representative Contact
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