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Form I-907: Request for USCIS Premium Processing Online or by Mail

Updated: May 15

The purpose of Form I-907 is to request USCIS premium processing for certain applications, such as I-765, I-129, I-140, and I-539. However, not all categories under I-765 & I-539 forms are eligible for premium processing.

Please refer to the following list of forms to determine which categories qualify for premium processing. You can also find the details here.

  • Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker,

  • Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Workers,

  • Certain categories (c(3)A, c(3)B, and c(3)C) of Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, and

  • Certain categories of Form I-539, Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status.

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If you are ineligible for USCIS premium processing, you may want to explore USCIS's expedited request option, which is based on humanitarian circumstances.

Table of Contents: I-907 Premium Processing

Form I-907 PDF

You have three options for obtaining form I-907 PDF, Request for Premium Processing: you can either download it online from the USCIS website if you have an internet connection or if you don't have internet access, you can request a copy by calling the USCIS National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283. Or, you can request USCIS to mail a form to you. Additional information can be found here.

I-907 Form Sample

You have the option to submit Form I-907 either online or through the mail. You can include Form I-907 with your main application or file it separately. Even if you've submitted your main application online, you can still request premium processing using Form I-907, either online or via mail. Filing this form yourself is straightforward.

To assist you, I've provided a sample Form I-907 for reference. You can use this sample as a guide when filling out your form.

Form I-907 Sample
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I-907 Filing Fee

The filing fee for Form I-907 varies from $1,685 to $2,805, depending on the specific USCIS premium processing request associated with your visa application.

  • Form I-129: A premium processing fee ranging from $1,685 to $2,805.

  • Form I-140: A premium processing fee of $2,805

  • Form I-765: A premium processing fee of $1,685

  • Form I-539: A premium processing fee of $1,965

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Steps for Filing Form I-907 by Mail

I have successfully submitted Form I-907 on multiple occasions via mail, and I'm confident that you can follow these steps to file it as well. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions in the comments section if you have any doubts or concerns.

Download I-907 Instructions

The initial step is to obtain the Form I-907 instructions, which can be downloaded from the USCIS website via the following link. Feel free to review the instructions, but there are a couple of key points I'd like to emphasize:

  • Remember to complete the form with a black pen or type in black.

  • Ensure you sign it with a handwritten signature.

  • When submitting payment, issue a separate check or money order payable to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Avoid using initials like 'USDHS' or 'DHS,' and do not send cash.

Fill Out Form I-907

I assume you've already downloaded the Form I-907 PDF from our previous discussion. If not, you can access it here. You will observe that Form I-907 consists of five parts.

I presume you are completing the form for your application. We will fill out only those fields that are necessary to process your I-907 form and keep our lives simple.

You can disregard the boxes and fields before Part 1; they are designated for USCIS use only unless you intend to file Form G-28, the 'Notice of Entry of Appearance as Attorney or Accredited Representative.' The G-28 form is utilized to convey your eligibility to represent an applicant, petitioner, or respondent.

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Part 1. Information About the Person Filing This Request

Item # 1 to 2. If you possess an Alien Registration Number or USCIS Account Number, you may include them, but they are not mandatory.

Item # 3 Enter your First Name and Last Name.

Item # 4 If you know your company name, you can mention it; otherwise, you can leave it blank.

Item # 5 to 6 & 7. Simply provide your address details. I assume your mailing and physical addresses are the same. If they differ, complete Item # 7 with your physical address.

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Item # 8 Choose the third option if YOU are requesting premium processing for your application.

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Part 2. Information About the Request

Item # 1 Provide the application Form number for which you are requesting Premium Processing. It could be one of the following: I-129, I-140, I-765, or I-539.

Item # 2 If you are filing Form I-907 after filing the main application and you have the receipt number, then please enter the receipt number. If you are filing Form I-907 together with the main application, you can leave this field empty.

Item # 3 Complete your classification or eligibility category. You can find the comprehensive list of categories here.

Item # 4 to 5. Your name if you are filing for yourself.

Item # 6 to 7. You can leave this blank if you don't know.

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Item # 8 Re-enter the address you provided in Part 1.

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Part 3. Requestor's Statement, Contact Information, Declaration, Certification, and Signature

Item # 1 to 6. It's quite straightforward. You can refer to the following screenshot and complete your details accordingly.

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Item # 7 Manually sign the form with a handwritten signature and enter the current date.

You can skip Parts 4 and 5 if you are filing this form for yourself. Let's keep it simple. That's all; you have completed your Form I-907 application.

I-907 Mailing Address

Always refer to the USCIS website (Where to file?) for the latest information, as these details might change in the future. I have attached snapshots for your convenience:

Address for Filing I-907 for I-765

I-907 mailing address

Address for Filing I-907 for I-539

If you are requesting premium processing for Form I-539 seeking a change of status to:

  • F-1 Academic Student or F-2 Dependent of F-1

  • M-1 Vocational Student or M-2 Dependent of M-1

  • J-1 Exchange Visitor or J-2 Dependent of J-1

I-907 mailing address

Refer to this for I-140 and this for I-129. I mostly use FedEx to post these types of requests.

Before You Mail Form I-907

Before mailing your Form I-907, please ensure that your package includes the following documents:

  1. A fully completed and signed Form I-907.

  2. A check or money order for the I-907 application fee. If you are filing Form I-907 together with your main application, please make sure to write two separate checks, each covering the respective fees.

  3. A copy of the receipt notice for the main application if you are requesting premium processing after submitting the original application.


That concludes the process. You are now ready to submit your Form I-907 for premium processing. Processing times may vary, typically ranging from 15 to 45 days, depending on your type of application.

For more information on processing times, please refer to our next blog. Feel free to comment if you have any questions, and I will do my best to provide answers.

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