Fort Lauderdale, FL asked in Immigration Law for Florida

Q: my question is about my petition for my brother I-130

I filled online an application I-13O for my brother at the end only recived this COMPLETE AND THIS REFERENCE # NJO-A8641-0EBE9-E2D7 but not option to paid ..what should I do?

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA

A: After submitting the I-130 petition online and receiving a reference number, the next step is usually to pay the filing fee. If the option to pay did not appear, this could be a technical issue. You should first check the online account where you filed the application to see if there is an option to pay the fee now. If not, you can contact USCIS customer service for assistance. It's important to address this promptly, as the petition may not be processed without payment. Keep a record of your reference number and any communications with USCIS. In cases where technical issues impede the application process, it's often helpful to document the steps you've taken. If further issues arise, consulting with an attorney familiar with immigration procedures might provide additional guidance.

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