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Dear Editor:
Really, it is a great shock and disappointing to learn from the letter of Multiply Charged Paralegal that he was charged $185. each time he clicked the finish button while applying Form I-90 for renewal of his green card through E-filing. According to E-Filing guidance published by CIS, the applicant has to click the finish button on his or her web to get Confirmation Receipt. Furthermore, CIS Instructions say that a copy of this Confirmation Receipt is required to be taken to Application Support Center (ASC) at the time of appointment. Therefore, it is natural that one will be clicking the finish button until the Confirmation Receipt is generated. In addition to this, he was told when contacted CIS that the multiple fees will not be refunded to him as multiple filings were completed. It is purely unfair and unjust to the applicants that apply with CIS through E-filing. I totally agree with Multiply Charged Paralegal that either CIS should have such mechanism for canceling applications when forms are not generated or for a refund of multiple fees when that is brought to their attention. The CIS themselves are encouraging the applicants to apply through E-filing, but the applicants have to pay unnecessary amount of money for using E-filing application as Multiply Charged Paralegal had to pay. I think considering this problem AILA should take up this matter with USCIS seriously. From now onwards, I think we the applicants had better use paper application instead of using E-filing.

S. Salike



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