E-Filing and Electronic Access to Courts:
E-filing replaces the traditional method of filing, serving, storing and retrieving court documents with a more efficient electronic process. Instead of duplicating, packaging and manually delivering copies of documents to the court and service parties, you send them electronically over the Internet. After a document is e-filed, it is then stored electronically. At any time a judge, attorney or other party on the case needs a copy of the document, they simply log on and retrieve the document. All without ever leaving their desk.
- Electronic Filing - by ABA
- FCC Electronic Filing & Public Access Systems
- FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission)
- Accepts over 40 qualified documents via the Internet in lieu of paper filing.
- IRS e-file
- LexisNexis File & Serve
- For Courts: Supported by judicial-grade security. Designed to address a diversity of case types. Customizable to the workflow requirements of individual courts. For Law Firms: File with the court and serve all parties in minutes via a secure online connection. Receive a filing receipt and proof of service instantly. Receive service online within seconds of the court's acceptance of a filing.
- USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) E-Filing Forms
- Available Forms Include: I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Residence Card; I-129; Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, All I-129 petitions for the H-1B non-immigrant classification (both new applications and applications for renewal) must be filed in paper. USCIS temporarily does not accept I-129 petitions for the H-2B category through its E-Filing system. While this category is unavailable through the E-Filing system, all I-129 petitions for the H-2B non-immigrant classification must be filed in paper; I-129S; Nonimmigrant Petition Based on Blanket L Petition; I-131; Application for Travel Document; I-140; Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker; I-539; Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status; I-765; Application for Employment Authorization; I-821; Application for Temporary Protected Status; I-907; Request for Premium Processing Service. Additional USCIS forms as they become available.
- U.S. Courts - Electronic Access to Courts