Form I-765 must be accompanied by the filing fee. This payment procedure is
necessary for the most of the applicants.
The set payment for I-765 Form is $410. However, USCIS fees may
change periodically so it is recommended to check it by visit a
There are exceptional categories that are not required to pay. For
example if he or she is a refugee or paroled as refugee, asylee,
citizen of Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Palau, granted withholding
of deportation, victim of severe form of trafficking, dependent of
certain foreign government, international organization, or NATO
personnel. Nevertheless all applicants of this category must submit
biometric procedure and pay an additional services fee of $85 for
Renewal application does not require payment for the Citizen of
Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Palau, granted withholding of
deportation, dependent of certain foreign government, international
organization, or NATO personnel, adjustment applicant who applied
after July 30, 2007.
Dependent of certain foreign government, international
organization, or NATO personnel don’t need to pay a service charge.
If a person is requesting a replacement EAD under the adjustment
applicant who applied after July 30, 2007 category, then the full
filing fee should be payed. Biometric payment isn’t required.
If there is a card error that is not USCIS error a person should
fill out a new I-765 and pay again a filing fee. If this is a USCIS
error, a new blank I-765 form and fee are not required. In this
case a person must approve his or her last employment authorization
request by a written email with the invalid card to the Service
Center of National Benefit Center.
The check or money order that accompanies a fillable form must be
accrued by the financial institution in the United States and must
be payable in U.S. currency. It is necessary to make the check or
money order payable to U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Don’t
use abbreviations while preparing a check. Instead, write a full
name, for example ‘U.S. Department of Homeland Security’.