I-945: Public Charge Bond

What is a Form I-945?

Form I-945 is an application for the Non-Resident Alien Tax Refund Program, issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). It is used to claim a refund of federal income tax withheld on wages paid to non-resident aliens for services performed in the United States.

Who is Eligible for Form I-945?

Form I-945 is an application for U.S. nonimmigrants to become lawful permanent residents. To be eligible, applicants must have an approved Form I-140 (Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker) or be a family member of an approved Form I-140 beneficiary. Other eligibility requirements include having a valid employment offer, being a current nonimmigrant in the United States, and meeting specific requirements related to the job offer.

What is the Latest Form I-945 Edition?

The latest edition of Form I-945 is the 10/21/2019 version.

What are the Required Documents for Form I-945?

The required documents for Form I-945 include:
1. A valid passport with a valid visa;
2. A Permanent Resident Card (Green Card);
3. An Employment Authorization Document (EAD);
4. An unexpired foreign passport with an I-94 Arrival/Departure Record; and
5. Any other documents specified by DHS, such as an I-551 stamp or other acceptable documents.

How to Submit Form I-945?

Form I-945 can be submitted to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) by mail or online.

To submit Form I-945 by mail, you must complete the form and securely mail the completed form, along with all the required documents, to the address provided in the instructions for the form. The mailing address may vary depending on where you live. Make sure to include all of the required documents listed in the form instructions.

To submit Form I-945 online, you must create an account on USCIS’s website and register your profile. After registering your profile, you can log in to the website and complete Form I-945 online. Once you have completed and submitted your form, you will be directed to complete a payment for the filing fee. Once your fee has been paid, your form will be automatically submitted to USCIS for processing.

It is important to note that Form I-945 is only available online in certain states. Additionally, when submitting Form I-945 online, make sure to save a copy of your submission for your records.

What are the Filing Tips for Form I-945?

1. Make sure to complete all sections of Form I-945 and include all required information.

2. Ensure that the form is signed and dated by both you and the applicant.

3. Submit the form along with any additional required documents, such as copies of citizenship or immigration documents, in order to process the form.

4. If you are mailing in the form, send it to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) processing center that serves your area.

5. Ensure that you have a tracking number from the post office or courier service so that you can track the status of your application.

6. Keep a copy of the completed form for your records.

Are There Special Instructions for Form I-945?

Yes, there are special instructions for Form I-945. You must complete the entire form and include all required documents. You must also provide proof of identity and employment authorization, such as an unexpired passport or I-945 Employment Authorization Document, and submit the form with a fee if applicable. The form must be signed and dated, and filed with the correct agency. If you have any questions, please refer to the Department of Homeland Security’s website for further information.

What is the Form I-945 Fee?

The Form I-945 Fee is a fee that must be paid by employers when filing an I-945, the Alien Registration Receipt Card. The I-945 is used to verify the identity and employment eligibility of noncitizens in the United States. The fee for the form is $85 and must be paid in order for employers to process the application.

Can I Apply for Form I-945 Fee Waiver or Reduction?

Unfortunately, no. Form I-945 Fee Waiver or Reduction is not available for individuals. This form is only available for organizations that are recognized as 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations by the IRS.

What is the Form I-945 Processing Time?

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) does not provide an estimated processing time for Form I-945. The processing time for each form may vary depending on the individual case, the USCIS workload, and other factors. We recommend that you visit the USCIS website for more information and to check for any updates on processing times for this form.

Form I-945 Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Form I-945?
Form I-945 is an application for an Alien Registration Receipt Card, commonly referred to as a “green card.” This form is used to establish an individual’s right to live and work in the United States as a permanent resident.

2. Who should use Form I-945?
Form I-945 should be used by people who want to apply for a green card, or those who need to replace or renew their existing green card.

3. What information do I need to provide in order to complete Form I-945?
Form I-945 requires applicants to provide information about their identity, employment eligibility, and eligibility for public benefits. This includes full name and date of birth, as well as Social Security number, details of prior immigration status, and other personal information. Applicants also need to provide information about their education and work experience, and submit copies of supporting documents.

4. What documents do I need to provide with my Form I-945 application?
Applicants must submit copies of documents that prove their identity, such as a passport or birth certificate; evidence of their immigration status; and proof of their employment eligibility (such as a letter from an employer). They may also need to submit educational transcripts and other supporting documents.

5. How long does it take to process Form I-945?
Processing times vary depending on the number of applications received by USCIS and other factors. Generally, it takes 3–6 months for USCIS to process an application for a green card. However, applicants should be prepared for potential delays due to backlogs or other factors.