Processing Fees

Central Connecticut State University shall not charge non-resident alien employees any institutional service fees related to the filing of employment-based petitions. However, some USICS filing fees shall be passed on to the beneficiary. Make all checks payable to the “Department of Homeland Security." For more information on the USCIS fee, visit www.uscis.gov. The following chart will serve as a guide regarding responsibility for payment of USCIS filing fees:

 

USCIS Fee

Sponsor
(CCSU) Shall Pay

Beneficiary
(Individual) Shall Pay

Initial I-129
Petition for Non-Immigrant Worker ($325)

X
(Department or Dean's Office)

 
Renewal of H-1B Petition ($325)

X
(Department or Dean's Office)

 
Anti-Fraud Fee ($500)

X
(Dean's Office)

 

I-129
Premium Processing Fee
($1225)

When University Determines Business Necessity (i.e., petition was filed in a timely manner, initial H-1B applications)
All Other Instances (i.e., initial H-1B applications, filings for the convenience of travel)

All "Green Card" Related Fees

X