This month’s USCIS blog post, “Don’t Be Fooled by Copycat Immigration-Help Sites,” describes the latest in immigration scams. Websites mimic the look and feel of the official USCIS website at uscis.gov. The websites charge fees that are exactly the amount of USCIS filing fees, leading applicants to think they have paid the USCIS filing fee. In reality, they have paid a scammer hundreds of dollars for a copy of an application and instructions that are available for free at uscis.gov.
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